The work developed during the residency discuss the landscape viewing through technologies: a windowed landscape. Indeed, looking at a landscape on a screen is somehow more common than looking the actual landscape. In the last three months Chiehsen Chiu physically explored the areafrom which Kaohsiung first developed, Yancheng District, to observe its cultural landscape and examine the layers left by history. At the same time,aerial survey was conducted with a drone to collect images of Kaoshiung port development. This research led to a series of creations.One of the works, “Hertz Landscape”, uses a chalk line reel, a tool commonly found in construction sites. Each line is an extension of the city horizontality and verticality, and the geometric unity of the picture act as a unit to measure urban places. The panoramic format incorporate “time” to the viewing experience, tracing back to Chinese scrolls paintings heritage, as it it cannot be embraced in one look: it needs to be “unreel”.