It's called Where you lay your head and it opened at Keith Gallery in Neukölln. I find titles really difficult. I used to call things Untitled or Blue 1, which always felt like a cop out because it felt like I was ignoring the importance of the titles. It's like writing a statement on the wall, it's self-curation. I produced it during my residency in Oxford this autumn and is part of a long-running series using mostly Ikea bed slats. There are twenty configurations of slats on the wall with one enormous landscape painting cut up and wrapped around them. Then I took some everyday materials as finishing touches. On another wall I made a piece titled What you carry with you, which are normal plastic bags, each filled with a landscape painting, pinned to the wall. Some of the plastic is painted or printed on. We've all seen so many images of people fleeing to safety with everything they own inside a small bag. It's about the idea of where you lay your head, where home is at the present time but also this idea of a promised land, the nostalgic environment you sprang from. I like the idea of taking these delicate objects, these oil paintings on linen that are very time-consuming to produce, and wrapping them in everyday, industrial objects. I find that thrilling because I went to an established art school and it's making painting more exciting for me. The idea of breaking down painting with these objects that are accessible to everyone.