[GreenHouse] is Kyungwon Moon’s third solo exhibition of recent years, following [Objectified Landscape (2007)] and [Bubble Talk (2008)]. If [Objectified Landscape] was an attempt at casting the shell and exposing the live flesh of a landscape that has become so familiar as to become history, [Bubble Talk] was a project that processively observed and recorded a cityscape from the perspective of floating bubbles. It was at the group exhibition [Beginning of New Era (2009)] held at the former Defense Security Command (DSC) site that Moon discovered a greenhouse as her new view. With the characteristic intensity of DSC as a place, [Beginning of New Era] was naturally a venue-accentuated exhibition. In that DMZ-like place which had originally been home to Sogyeokseo (National Taoist Temple) and Gyujanggak (Royal Library) before turning into the location for DSC and a military general hospital, Moon “luckily” came across on the rooftop of a rundown concrete building a very foreign site – an abandoned greenhouse with an empty shelf for flowerpots. To explain the presence of the mysterious site, she produced a semi-documentary combining fact and imagination; hence the birth of her video art [Superposition (2009)]. Through the project, Moon realized the richness of a greenhouse as a site for contemplating the differing perspectives between macro- and micro-history, authorized and unofficial history, recorded and individual’s lost history, fact and imagination.