Kyungwon MOON’s all works start with drawings, and by combining sensibility and grafting together the media’s characteristics she expresses the moments of our nowadays. The artist focuses on ‘landscapes’ in nature but also on objects resulting from man's interaction with inhabited space. MOON's work contains a political dimension that addresses a vision of the social context produced by humans and the energy they create in a specific time and space. The artist uses media technology in the same way she works with drawing. In 2010 exhibition , MOON looked at a greenhouse from both the inside and outside, dismantled and reconstructed it, and ultimately created an imaginary version. Her incorporation of a wide range of media and genres of art, including drawing, painting, video, animation, and installation, enabled a progressive, rather than fixed, exploration of the phase and image of a greenhouse. MOON demonstrated that a greenhouse is a singular site where history and reality interlock and that it can be a significant checkpoint in our life; she has had a greenhouse drifting and flickering in our imagination. We need to pay renewed attention to the geopolitics of a greenhouse, a hidden warehouse storing memories of long ago. We all live imprisoned in an artificial frame of a greenhouse and lose our way in that distorted corner of a road. Greenhouses do not exist far from us; they are nearby and ubiquitous. That is the reason why Kyungwon MOON’s , work of meticulous calculation and organization, stays with us as a reflection upon the present-day art that is easily produced and easily forgotten, and also as a bold milestone heralding yet another view from her.