地鳴鹹影 / Rumble of the Earth, Salty Landscapes
● 展覽介紹 Exhibition Statement：
“Rumble of the Earth” is nature's deep chanting, a prophetic sound preceding the arrival of an earthquake. This sound, akin to the breath of the earth, is regarded as the prelude of seismic activity. As Tainan (formerly known as Tayouan) prepares to commemorate 400 years (1624-2024) since the establishment of the first Dutch settlement, visual artist Wen-Fu Chan embarks on a journey through time in southern Taiwan. His lens captures the salt-rich fishing ponds and coastal vistas of the ancient capital as a starting point. Progressing onward, he ventures to the Ming-Qing era tombs of Anping's Spoon Mountain, creating a passage through layers of profound cultural history.