09.08.11 by Jeff

Dutch Wife

“Dutch Wife”, an experimental animation by Jesse Kanda.

Dutch Wife experimental animation by Jesse Kanda

Watch the animation below!














Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • I can connect to the animation it is very expressive. What I can not find out is the name and its connection to film.

  • Joost the Host

    Very surreal and she seems very talented. The only thing is, i don’t understand the title. I’m Dutch myself and i can’t relate Holland in any way to this (awesome) animation.

  • Anna

    inspired by Miyazaki Hayao ?

  • matt

    I have a Dutch wife, and I think she’d be bummed if she saw this. As an artist, though I understand that not everybody is going to “get” every aspect of my creation. Even if it’s just the title that they don’t get. This creation was different, and for that alone it deserves kudos. Lots of white noise in the art world these days.

  • ralph

    i dont understand the name????

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