In the late 1960s Kounellis experimented with arrangements of wool and burning fuel on simple bed-frames. These three-dimensional pieces represented his use of everyday objects to create artworks, imbued with a direct and immediate power. In this more recent work, Kounellis utilises a similar steel bed-frame. Suspended precariously from a gallery wall, the metal framework contrasts with the painted backdrop. The volume and weight of the object is countered by the flatness of the surface. Kounellis seems to visualise his own artistic progression from two-dimensional painting to the employment of unconventional sculptural forms by referencing techniques that have become central to his career.