I use two projection images to reconnect the scenes of the both sides of the river (the Port of Taipei locates in the gap between the two video). The projection image on the right shows the breakwater on the north shore of the Port of Taipei, while the projection image on the left shows the south shore. There is not a great distance between the two shores, but the breakwater of the Port of Taipei has made them very different (sediments transported by costal current erode the south bank and are deposited on the north bank). Therefore, I carefully observe the bugs, the sand scattered, and the dust to make a movie about monsters. In the movie, a monster who knows how to dust and dig connects the image on the right and the image on the left (the south and the north banks in reality). The two geographical areas are thus connected by image.