Traveling to Matsu is not just about going; it’s often more about returning. To say this is a bit of nonsense; where is it not so? As long as travelers have the same concerns. But Mazu seems to be going back and forth, which is more urgent than that. Because the distance and time involved in space are appropriate. Is this a pivotal discussion? how to say? Because the former is related to the separation under the Cold War; the latter is related to the natural weather and political and economic separation. Let’s talk about the former first. In this front-line island township, if it wasn’t for a civil war under the blockade of the Cold War, residents before 1949 could return to their mainland hometown by taking a boat. In terms of modern cruise ships, the speed is even greater. Faster than ten minutes. Besides, the latter, the weather factor is well known, referring to Wusuo Island Township, and the itinerary is blocked. However, the political, economic and psychological distinctions that can be traced are.
over the past few decades, from the development of fishery to its decline, to the various restrictions of military control, to the departure of military personnel from military downsizing, and economics, due to the small three links, the more and more.
It has become more and more depressed, and it has repeatedly confirmed the involuntary state of Daoxiang's dependence on Taiwan's development layout. Seriously, the generation of Matsu in the island township, due to the intervention of foreign hegemony in an international Cold War, not only turned into people who were cut off from their townships overnight; ; Then, once under the fog lock, the distant island of Taiwan is both a foreign country and a place of Shadow Making residence for some exiles; there is the "otherization" of Matsu by the island; or, to a certain extent, "otherization" The entanglement process in Taiwan.
Therefore, Matsu International Art Island hopes to reshape the subjectivity of the island through the process of artistic transformation. If, the island surrounded by the ocean, as the substance and symbol. The difference between the people living in the island towns and the travelers should be the sense of urgency to return, rather than the sense of anxiety of leaving their hometown, which is also a matter of course. After all, it has been a homeland for generations, although it was forced to be isolated from the homeland under the blockade of the Cold War/Civil War. More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels