The project is an archive for the collection of recent and questionable archaeological finds. The building is sunken below grade to create a subterranean public domain. The new program carves into figures of speculative built ground that is extrapolated or interpreted from the site and surroundings, creating a setting where these potentially fraudulent objects are housed in an alternate version of the site. This produces areas of intersection between the figures being cut into and the figures created. The resulting overlap is inhabited by the collection which is exhibited inside of interstitial display walls. Private and public program components interact through overlapping spaces like the secondary courtyard where the galleries look down onto the exposed process of forensic investigation. These programmatic overlaps as well as the shifting relationship between the carved spaces and figures portray the use of simultaneity to house a collection that encourage epistemological doubt and questions of identity.