Dinner Session: Jelle van den Brink + Trang Hà
Drop by for a special Dinner Session, part of default den haag’s fourth sound series edition. This unique event combines food and sound to create a one-of-a-kind dining experience.
- Main: various vegetables baked on woodplank (cedar), a spiced bechamel sauce, two pickles, wild garlic pesto, herb oil, all served with homemade (flat)bread.
Food served is vegan.
- Doors open at 17.00, Dinner usually starts at 18.30. Upon reserving you will receive more information about the exact time that the first course is served.
- The courses are served to all guests at the same time, so please arrive on time to assure a full menu’s portion.
- Payment at the bar (pin only).
- Students get a 10% discount on drinks.
- Reservations go through the button above. If you have any trouble with booking a table through the form, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trang Hà (1996, VN/NL) is a designer and artist based in The Hague. She is currently sustaining and merging two fields of interest: food and graphic design. Trang combines her skills to sketch out new methods to perceive, understand, collect, harvest, transform and consume food. By doing so, she wishes to stimulate thoughts and actions. Trang Hà finished her BA in Graphic Design in 2020 at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague.
Jelle van den Brink (1999, NL) is a student of music and architecture. As both a cook and an instrument maker, he enjoys the transformation of raw material into new forms and is always curious about finding new methods to do so.
The concept of our Dinners Sessions is inspired by Gordon Matta-Clarks’ artist-run restaurant FOOD, a project founded in New York in the 1970s. We encourage anyone with an interest in food and a talent for hosting to apply to our Dinner Session’s ongoing Open Call. Not as an exclusionary process; any person who believes they can fill around 30 stomachs, is welcome as chef for the night.
Click the button below to find more information and the application form.
default den haag’s fourth installment features six listening concerts, showcasing evocative sounds from artists that offer artistic expressions of novelty, playfulness, or commentary on current states of our technologically enhanced society.