How to Disappear - it's a question the artist Moki has approached in an endless variety of ways and now it has become the title of an extensive new monograph of her work. Presented in this book are works created by the artist in recent years, largely photorealistic acrylic paintings interfused with comic book aspects. These beautifully enigmatic pictures can be both unsettling and charming, strange and yet familiar. Frequently they feature landscapes reminiscent of lonely northern places such as isolated stretches of land in Scandinavia and Iceland, or a mythical subarctic continent with frozen lakes, untouched meadows of moss, mysterious caves, and mountain ranges sculpted by wind and water into anatomical shapes. These are archetypal landscapes within which fantastic animals live and from which shadowy black creatures protrude into the sky. Landscapes in which human beings exist whose bodies merge with their surroundings in the partially surreal sense of a dream, disguising themselves, letting themselves dissolve into the environs. Here, in the solitude and security of nature, disappearing seems an obvious act. Nature is disappearings friendly assistant.