What interests me most about this painting is contained in the dark oval shape in the upper, center part of the blot. At first glance this dark shape appears to be a flat surface. However, upon careful observation it appears to have different levels of depth. One can make out parts of at least three different faces which seem to blend in and out of one another. A profile facing left, a face turned away and to the right of the viewer and a face turned towards the viewer all merge into one. In our emotional spaces this is how we sometimes experience ourselves in relationship to others. We lose a sense of our boundaries and our sense of separation from others dissolves. I find oil to be particularly amenable to the production of blots that seem to have multiple surfaces. My interest in Rorschach painting is largely about finding ways to represent emotional space.