"The geometric line is an invisible thing. It is the track made by the moving point; that is, its product. It is created by movement — specifically through the destruction of the intense self-contained repose of the point. Here, the leap out of the static into the dynamic occurs. The line is, therefore, the greatest antithesis to the pictorial proto- element — the point. Viewed in the strictest sense, it can be designated as a secondary element. The forces coming from without which transform the point into a line, can Origin be very diverse. The variation in lines depends upon the number of these forces and upon their combinations..." W.Kandinsky in point and line to plane.