The exhibit offers the bulk of this important rock engraving collection as a resource for visitors to engage. The plinths are largely kept away from the concrete walls to create constructed ‘landscape’ islands. The rocks are organized with an archival sensibility onto floating steel platforms of varying heights and cantilever. Each rock has a label that displays the archival reference number and has a tracing of the engraving to allow visitors to identify the often feint images. The exhibit holds the collection as an open archive, allowing visitors and scholars to interpret the engravings beyond a fixed curated experience or anthropological narrative. The correlation of the artifact and the exhibit language helps to highlight the nuance and specificity of the collection.