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Nusantara Archive 09: A Box Photographer, 2019 (CH/EN)
《群島資料庫09:人像攝影師》(2019年,中/英雙語)
November 30th, 2019TYPE: Publication

Introduction:

NML Residency & Nusantara Archive Project is glad to invite Malaysian photographer Jeffrey Lim to revisit Taiwan with his Kanta Box camera. He had visited and photographed several indigenous tribes based on his collaboration with Amis filmmaker Posak Jodian, before he exhibited “Kanta Portraits: Taiwan” during Petamu Project (2018) in OCAC. Such fieldworks also piqued our curiosity about the “colonial archive”, the categorization system set by Japanese anthropologists and their way of seeing. During the residency, he encountered the first comparative reading of “type photographs” and his own methodology. The difference also leads to how the representation of (self) images are meant to the subjects, and the prospective way of mapping “Nusantara (Archive)” in the future.

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