The neoliberalism global economy impacts local agriculture, produce importers with large capital dominates with brainwashing advertisements, large quantities of western produce seize the palate of the new generation and replace traditional local agricultural goods. On the other hand, large young populations leave farm villages to seek employment in the cities, forcing vast farmlands to lie fallow. The originally pure and simple farmlands in the hometowns can only seek survival through exploring models with higher added economic value. What could be the future for a barren farmland? Land development, tourism, leisure, amusement…all become imaginary spaces that invite deep thought. This work chooses to use colorful floral plastic fabric to cover parts of a weed-infested farmland. The material and pattern both create a strong contrast and out-of-placeness, while also implying a dialectical conflict on the ethics of land.