Daily movements are designated by markings that little attention is given to. These markings, street lines painted by government employees, may be the least recognized interventions on our landscape, yet also the most profound. Their inconsistencies, their degradation, and their overall existence within our environment, enters our day to day without much thought, communicating directions and orders. In SURFACE, through photographic documentation, details of these works have been isolated to produce entirely new compositions, unrecognizable from their purposeful whole. Removed from the ground and presented at eye level, we are left with a larger than life version of surface and paint, a meditation on what we often ignore, even when the word STOP is just below us.