On Saturday 16 October Stroom Den Haag opens the new multimedia installation 'Klof: Bario di Spiritu' by the artist Kevin Osepa.
Klof is the name of a tree-lined street in Curaçao. It is said to be a dangerous place, where strange things happen and spirits are hidden. It is also the place where in 1795 enslaved people rebelled against their Dutch oppressors. Through penetrating images Kevin Osepa's installation at Stroom brings the charged meaning of the place back into the collective memory, and immerses the viewer in the atmosphere of Klof with videos, light and soundscapes.
The exhibition by Kevin Osepa is - after the exhibition by Neo Matloga - the second of three presentations in association with the Hartwig Art Production | Collection Fund and is also made possible thanks to the Mondriaan Fund, Forhanna, BredaPhoto, BankGiro Loterij Fonds and the City of The Hague.