Through a contractually defined agreement between the artist and art collector Jochen Kienzle, I was permitted 20 minutes unsupervised, unsurveilled, and alone in the collector’s home. The contract stated that during this time I would remove a single item from the home. The identity of this extracted object is to remain a secret, concealed from both the collector and public knowledge. The extracted object – one that is banal, and therefore unplaceable – taken from the collector’s home, introduces an undetermined absence into the collector’s domestic space. The Kienzle art collection also acquires this intervention, in the form of an unspecifiable lack, as an artwork within its holdings.