Chaim van Luit places archaeology in the context of art. While strolling through forests and cities, Van Luit collects unusual materials, such as salt, stone or fireworks. The finds provide a starting point for his sculptures, photos and videos. At first glance, the simple, reduced forms stand out. Upon closer inspection, the images often appear to carry vestiges of a specific history, such as the wayfinding created by visitors in Limburg’s marl caves or scars on a person’s skin. Van Luit meticulously documents his quests for secret entrances, hidden cave systems or objects. His fieldwork often constitutes the work of art itself.