First is the title piece: ‘Museum of Shedding’. Emphatically architectural and domestic, a bed, desk and table push the viewer to imagine first themselves and then the artist inhabiting the work. The arrangement of furniture is the result of Singh’s paring down, to the utmost, the objects a human being needs to feel comfortable; touchingly, the tableau includes a stool – even artists hope to receive guests from time to time. Rather than feeling Spartan, the configuration of wooden surfaces succeeds in projecting ‘neat and complete’. As well as the nod to company, the set-up includes a wall covered in black and white images of spaces just as beautiful and ascetic as the one assembled in front of it.