Dinner Session: Lotte Holtappels + FilosofischeStilte
Presented by The Grey Space in the Middle
Another week, another dinner session. Join us for delicious food by Lotte Holtappels. The dinner will be musically accompanied by DJ Jacques and Sexy Philippe. FilosofischeStilte takes over after dinner with arpeggios, sparkling synths, fat bass and digital dirt.
Inspired by artist Gordon Matta-Clark’s restaurant FOOD, which existed in the 1970s in New York, The Grey Space invites people to come and cook affordable meals as an artistic and social expression during our weekly Dinner Sessions. DJs will guide the evening musically and make you dance after dinner.
Lotte will cook a Sri Lankan curry menu with curry from red beet, eggplant and green banana curry and lentils with spinach. Served with samosa, fragrant rice, sweet and sour of vegetables and fruits and a coconut sambal.
For dessert we’ll have orange cake with coconut.
- Doors open at 17.00, dinner starts at 18.30.
- Payment at the bar (pin only).
- Students get 20% discount on the drink menu.
- Reservations: via firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention your name, the amount of guests and the date.
Lotte Holtappels is no stranger to our kitchen. This (food)designer from The Hague is the co-owner of both food-design and catering company ‘Haagse Hapjes’ and foodtruck ‘Kaas en worst op wielen’. With Haagse Hapjes she collaborates with Rosa Hagen to make guests take a different look at food. During various events they provide the creative icing on the cake. Through their method of presentation, they transform the classic cheese platter into a true cheese landscape or treat your guests to a crudité of fresh vegetables, hanging in an installation of hooks, or create a dinner in the form of a landscape on the table. Working on a variety of projects, the client’s wishes are always the core or what they do.
The Hague’s FilosofischeStilte, aka Luuk Graham started making music because of a love of rap, but soon outgrew singing over his own beats and stuck to sculpting sound instead. Now, two years after first starting, he has built a reputation as someone who works a lot with Commodore 64 and Nintendo sounds, transforming them into something new, resulting in arpeggios, sparkling synths, fat bass and digital dirt with its own personality.