Moki's haunting landscapes combine the natural with the supernatural: eerie shadows at the edge ofthe forest, an unexplained rustling in the leaves, a metamorphosis. She mixes a painterly, photorealistic approach with the fin est elements of the comic art genre. Bewitching characters inhabit her world, fusing the overall vision into a unified narrative plane. We see isolated forest vignettes, lush mossy meadows and untouched caves.
Mountains are sculpted into anatomical shapes by unseen forces. Nebulous forms emerge and dissolve into their environments. Within the solitude of these landscapes, disappearing seems a natural act.