9 Objects is also a work demonstrating the discrepancy between final image and the process, that is, the incongruity of form and content. There are photographs of 9 objects of the same size placed on the frame of 9 squares. The artist asked acquaintances to select 9 objects of personal value and choose a background color for those objects. Photographing as objectively as possible, he took away sentiment or chance perceptions rendering the relations between author and object meaningless. As the objects are presented in the same size with no shadow or highlight, the audience can focus on the materiality of each object ‘as is’. Through this process, Moon offers a chance to reconsider the common notion of temporality and documenting quality of photograph by not only making the audience look at the impersonalized objects but also minimizing the artist’s authorship in deciding subject matter, visual elements, or personal feelings.