Terra Incognita means Unknown Land. It was the name that Abel Tasman gave to New Zealand when he first discovered it and wrote about it in his captain’s journal. The pond has black granite outlines of the coast he once entered and on the water is the course that his ships sailed along the New Zealand coast shown in polished yellow copper rods on the surface of the water. At the coastal form of the sculpture a large rolling stone is placed from which Tasman’s face and shoulders emerge in the same coastal outline as is on the map he drew of the land he discovered. The sculpture is located in Lutjegast, the village where Tasman once was born.