The Dutch Touch

Atsushi Ogata and Ingeborg Houwen

2001, 16:30 minutes, colour, English


A comical pseudo-educational video in which the artist plays a character learning to adapt t what he thinks is the Dutch way of doing things. This cultural satire is based on the artist's own observations and experience of living in Holland and combines both spoken texts and performance. Written, acted/performed, directed, and shot by the artist, and edited entirely in-camera.

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