We are, in the end, dreaming our world around us - Deciphering a reality from the immensity of the ocean we travel on.
At the apex of this piece there is a boat which is sailing through an ocean. It divides this ocean in two. The boat to me represents our voyage of life, and the two circles which meet below the boat represent how our time on this material plane is experienced as a duality. Left and right, up and down, port and starboard, black and white. We like to divide the ocean into parts to make sense of it and in turn dream our life. It is the boat's passage that divides the ocean, but in its wake it is once again a whole - on the back side of the piece, you can see it is whole again, but at the same time made up of many marks. This idea, that our presence creates our reality, can be explained by how light can act as a wave or a particle. Which state it decides to be in depends entirely on our being present to observe it (the famous double split experiment by Thomas Young).
The legs at the bottom represent the memories of the dreamer that have influenced the perspective of his reality/dream.