The geometric point is an invisible thing. Therefore, it must be defined as an incorporeal thing. Considered in terms of substance, it equals zero.
Hidden in this zero, however, are various attributes which are “human” in nature. We think of this zero – the geometric point – in relation to the greatest possible brevity, i.e., to the highest degree of restraint which, nevertheless, speaks.
Thus we look upon the geometric point as the ultimate and most singular union of silence and speech.
The geometric point has, therefore, been given its material form, in the first instance, in writing. It belongs to language and signifies silence.
Kandinsky W., Point and Line to Plane, Dover Publications, 1979.