Emerging from the wilderness
by Jia Lih Koo
"At the time of day and night transition, I fled to these spaces with a sense of mystery and silence."
Out of the city, single-story buildings made of the materials such as iron sheet or cement are scattered irregularly in the wilderness, along the road, in the middle of the rice field, and next to the vegetable garden. In the suburbs of Taiwan, these single-story buildings are common.
The buildings which standing-alone in the wilderness, really connect with people’s lives.
At the transitional moment before night, it seems to become non-reality objects, as another way to become a landscape of man-made objects embellishing the land.
Jia Lih Koo lives and works in Taipei, Taiwan.
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