I am interested in advancing an expanded understanding of sculptural space; an aspect rendered through the notion of surface.A surface is above all, the description of a spatial quality. In this sense, a surface is a description of an outwards facing side; an exterior and a veneer. Accordingly, surface is also the threshold between painting, drawing, print, and sculpture; its in-betweenness becomes its allure. For instance, the in-between state that defines a rock from a pigment is one of scale and granularity. My long-standing use of graphite, as a material, points in this direction. The reflective qualities of this microscopic material endows surfaces with a shiny opacity that can coat and re-signify extant objects, such as paper, wood, metal, rubber, or walls.