'You were there, we were all there' discusses Isolation, loneliness and the degradation of objects and subjects,
a reason it is also titled 'Ghost'.
It is a visual representation of the process of erasing someone from memory.
Taking a beautiful, and peaceful memory represented by the seaside, natural landscape, and cutting out that person or incident. It is a visual depiction of that feeling - that what is left is a block of unused space; the colours representing the psychological vibrancy of the blockage. It is so strongly 'absent' (the bold negative space) just like a strong memory of someone you are attempting with some difficulty to erase.