There is always the difficulty, what can you possibly bring into Kettle’s Yard? How can you possibly dare to move something around in Kettle’s Yard? So that would have been a kind of project which would have been very difficult, would have framed me entirely within Jim’s aesthetic, but to get the chance to do something in the gallery as well, meant that I could show where I got to with my thinking and also have a conversation with Kettle’s Yard and that was wonderful, absolutely wonderful and it’s been by far the most complicated and stimulating exhibition I’ve ever had to do and it’s moved me on in lots and lots of ways. What I wanted to do was to reflect my own experience of the house so there were three or four different experiences I wanted to bring out, my own conversation with the house. So, for instance, one of my great conversations with Kettle’s Yard is about reading, reading and pots, so that the piece in the library was very much about… instead of sitting down and reading a book, you sat down and had a pot there instead of a book.