This work was made in dialogue with an existing work by the artist Cedric Christie. His work uses snooker balls to create an abstract sculptural wall hanging. Dalton took this starting subject matter and was intrigues by the highest score in snooker is 147, known as a Maximum, it is amassed by potting all 15 reds with 15 blacks for 120 points, then all six colours. The thought of creating the maximum possible out of a given set of boundaries parallels the challenge to developers and architects when planning a building. There are the fixed limits of the building’s walls akin to the parameters of a snooker table. There are planning constraints and listings just as there are rules and conventions of the game. Fundamentally both a snooker player and the architect are trying to make the maximum score (potting balls or sq. footage). A line was painted around the space responding to the changing angles by changing colour and in accordance with the order required to make a 147.