[postponed] Dinner Session: Mattia Papp + Guy Bosch

Fri 3 June

Presented by The Grey Space in the Middle

Update 03/06: The dinner by Mattia Papp has unfortunately been postponed. More information about the new date will follow. Guy Bosch will still be DJing so make sure to drop by for drinks and snacks and join the Move! event later in the evening!

Another week, another dinner session. Join us for an inspiring evening carefully balancing delicious food and pleasant tunes.

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.

As a guest, you will become part of a performance in which visual artist Mattia Papp will create a three course menu amidst bohemian picnic vibes. Guy Bosch is responsible for the music.

Menu: Dejeuner sur l'herbre

Marinated apricots with vegan mayo. Giant beans, smoked lemon, and corn. Grilled mushrooms with chives cream and bread crumble.

Price €20.

Please note: this Dinner Session/performance starts at 18.30, make sure to be there on time.

  • Doors open at 17.00, Dinner Session starts at 18.30.
  • Payment at the bar (pin only).
  • Students get 20% discount on the drink menu.
  • Reservations: via reservations@thegreyspace.net. Please mention your name, the amount of guests and the date.
Mattia Papp

Artist Mattia Papp (Florence, 1993) takes classical elements of Italian tradition and uses it in his work. It’s streets, it’s smells, old shops and architecture. He translates them into a contemporary language using different media. From paint to ceramics and videos to theatre and installations, aiming to engage Florence and the Netherlands in a creative and active dialogue.

Guy Bosch

Guy Bosch began DJing with vinyl in the late 90s. His initial journey started through independent hip hop but grew more extensive after digging for its sample material. His collection nowadays holds mainly music from the late 60s and 70s. With the age of Discogs and collectors finding each other on closed Facebook groups Guy’s records have span the last decade from all four corners of the globe. For his eve at The Grey Space he leaves Berlin and welcomes his previous city of The Hague with an eclectic deejay set of strictly 45rpm 7inch vinyl singles.