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The designers used the perspective method and a metal rack to create virtual and real depth of frame in response to the characteristics of the site, a former port on the Tainan Canal. Memories of waterfront events, flowing forms and wave images form part of the design language of the exhibition. Light and shadow, also creating perspective effects, are also among the elements creating a sense of the passage of time in this place since the 1800s.