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Papercut Field - An Experimental Project In Taiwan

Papercut Field is a project that was initiated in 2016 by Jam Wu, with the core members of the project consisting of 20 women and their family members from the Salty Zone in Tainan. With papercut art as the foundation, workshops are held regularly and interactions engaged in with different communities, including inviting schools and families in remote areas to take part in the project; displaying the papercut artworks in public spaces; documenting the project with Taiwanese poetry; creating innovative seasonal recipes inspired by the region; corporal performances, and other creative possibilities. The objective is to create an experimental project in Taiwan with papercut serving as the medium. 

Table of Contents
1.How to Trim a Blooming Papercut Tree – Jam Wu 
2.“Those Women” – Life’s Recounts and Stories – Interviews / Words by Wang Han-Fang, Jam Wu 
3.Papercut Collection – The Changing Times in the Salty Zone 
     ⊕ History: Warriors that Run Like the Wind, Native Deer, and the Night Festival –Soulangh Community of Siraya Tribe 
     ⊕ Nature: Black-faced Spoonbills, Crabs, and the Mangrove 
     ⊕ Industry: Landscape of White Crystals – Salt and Sugar 
     ⊕ Seasons: Farmer’s Almanac
     ⊕ Faith: Temples and Local Folk Parades 
     ⊕ Lifestyle: Local Artisans 
     ⊕ More: Everyday Improvisations
4. The Interactions – Soulangh Project
     ⊕ Workshops, Pay-It-Forward Teachers, Transforming Remote Areas 
     ⊕ Embrace the Streets – Dialogue Between Papercut and Public Spaces  
     ⊕ Back to the Body, Return to Nature 
     ⊕ Food and Memories – Soulangh Recipes 
5. Life Through Cutting With Art Implanted – Yang Mei-Ying 
6. Backward Planting Out on the Field –Wang Han-Fang
7. Beyond Community Empowerment: Jam Wu’s PapercutField ─ Soulangh Project – Hsu Fong-Ray
8. On Location at the Exhibition – Papercut Field - Soulangh Project

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