There's no incorrect answer to what you should see in abstract art. Use imagination. Make up your own story and be convinced with it. Your story is the subjective truth you live with. Ultimately, it's not only about abstract art, but also everything in life is about how you view things.
MOMOKO spent all of her youth in cold Hokkaido, Japan. Her independent nature and international mind led her alone to the States in 1992. She had lived in Oklahoma, Texas, and Michigan before the tropical colors mesmerized her in 2000, prompting her to move to Miami, Florida, where she resided for almost a decade before moving to the Bay Area of California where she currently resides.
MOMOKO specializes in abstract art because of its multiplicity and freedom in its interpretations. She became a full-time artist after reading Søren Kierkegaard who wrote in a great deal about subjective truth.