"Narstalgia" is a long-term artistic project that concerns phenomena related to eco-grief in the Arctic. It highlights that "Greenland has the world's highest suicide rate" and "Iceland holds funerals for melted glaciers due to Climate Change." The title itself is a word coined by Director Robert (Chang-Lun) based on his research. It's a combination of "Narwhal" and "Solastalgia," with the name "narwhal" having a connotation of human death in Old Norse. The project has been transformed into a moving-image artwork, experimental film, installation, and an immersive experience. It has been exhibited in Taipei, London, and Tokyo.