The tar resin series are sketches using coal tar residue over canvas, the painting titled 'Porter in the Forest' is in continuation with spatial annotations of the painting titled 'Princess in the Forest' with the the construct of the same spatial annotation of public and private spaces in congregation. 'Porter in the Forest' however subverts this confluence, with the porter now assuming the role of a voyeur within the constructs of this amalgamation of spaces and viewpoints. Hence, allowing for a, subject to subject, line of sight and discourse. The Porter, crouching, (Right side of the Frame) is seen looking into the distance, waiting on the duo and is in rapt attention of the spectacle. This subject to subject objectification is what coerce's the subject's surrounding to collude and mutate with this the act of voyeurism. The use of Ink to construct form initially, and its eventual dilution to create distended form that is in congruence with human anatomy and yet bi-polar.