The concept of this work is based on a visual interpretation through the notion of the ontological, more specifically, as a possible relation between the irrational and something that used to exist. Whether as a subjective experience or a discursive form, the work A Small Mountain corresponds on a trans-relationship through an analysis in regard to the space, nature, geographic origin of a landscape and man. The space, as something belonging in the inherited genome and traces of memory, or as a meme factor, is transmitted and virtually associated. Here, the space is an omnipresent visible form in understanding, in which all of us can be and which can belong to all of us. This is a paradoxical principle, taken through the combination of notions of nature and man, geographic features and nomadic factor of man’s assimilation of the landscape, place, migration and transition. The trans-area established like this is actually a speculation about the problem where the given relations cannot be seen or exactly represented; it is only possible to partially open the way for sensation that establishes old or new meanings, where there is the principle of the notion of the possible, as a sufficient reason.