InLoop/EnTry: presentationsThe lobby of Stroom - also known as the InLoop/EnTry - is intended as a three-dimensional journal with short features, spotlights and references. In order to give visitors an impression of the broad spectrum of activities organized by Stroom various projects are put in the spotlight. In addition there are so-called ‘table top' presentations. For example documentation of artists from The Hague who have an exhibition or project somewhere else; plus special features on current or new buildings and urban development projects in The Hague.
NOW IN INLOOP/ENTRY:
Opening hours: Monday thru Friday 11 am - 5 pm; during exhibitions also Saturday and Sunday: 12 noon - 5 pm
Bas de Boer (tabletop presentation)
Inverted Panorama by Bas de Boer is a work with an invisible core, as it is surrounded by a cilinder made of wood. The work is illuminated from within, only the shadows are visible on the floor and the ceiling. For the viewer it is physically impossible to look at the work itself, but the shadows make you wonder what might be inside the cilinder and what you are actually looking at. Inverted Panorama is on view until 30 September in the exhibition Present Forever (55 Contemporary Dutch Artists) in parking garage Klieverink, Amsterdam.
For more than 30 years now Rudo Hartman has designed books and book covers, and occasionally stamps, posters and other printed matter. The starting point for all his designs is the letter font. His love of letters also resulted in the creation of his own alphabet of capital letters: the Rudeaux-Deluxe. In 1998 he self-published a booklet featuring his own font, De F van Fantekast en het vervolg van verder. This publication is for sale at Stroom Den Haag.