This is a book of interviews with artists or creators in which they talk about the land, the history and their connections to the place. 12 artists and curators are interviewed, whose backgrounds and artworks vary from different generations. The authors try to draw a general image among them and to map out the image of 'Taiwanese', provided with some identical and some different descriptions for the same phenomenon. The operation looks to loose up the stereotypical beliefs among Taiwanese while encouraging a position of 'out here' of the interviewees. Standing outside of their selves leads to the possibility of a new perspective.
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