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Rumiko Hagiwara investigates the meaning, and misreading of humour when crossing cultural boundaries, following the concept of migration, misunderstandings and the displacement of her own sense of Japanese humour within a western (art) context.
Via a video that combines text, speech and image, Hagiwara lectures on and about moments that have a humorous component to them when seen from their Asian descent, though seem to have become 'mythical', poetic and total misread statements when gotten lost in translation into the Western context.
Text: Jeanine Hofland
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