Jill Peck’s Kingdom of the Sea explores how two different cultures live alongside the sea. From a capitalistic perspective, the ocean is a source of oil and precious minerals. In such a context, a rigid boundary is drawn between the land and the sea because the sea is treated almost like a foreign nation. Yet, for those who grew up next to the sea, the sea and land are one. In their eyes, the land and sea should not be arbitrarily separated because they and their ancestors have made a living from the sea.
- Administration： Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Keep
- Location：Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Campus