"Mountains and Oceans is about the physical world and about abstract space, a geographical place and a dream. It is about myth and science, about the natural environment and the human existence. It is about a longing for space and light and a metaphor for the cycle of life."
With a simple black line drawn horizontally across a blank canvas our brain can hardly avoid registering this information as a landscape, defining space as earth and sky. A curve becomes a mountain, a waved line suggests water.
These suggested landscapes, after spending some moments of recognizing and interpreting the obvious, then slowly decompose into a completely abstract painting of lines and planes - where we started out from.