This site-specific installation for the Parc Saint Léger’s central space deploys the conventions of a museum lab. It presents an inventory of finds made during an archaeological excavation, an improbable collection of objects inspired by articles in the collection of the Bibracte archaeological museum but in fact made and assembled by craftsmen and herself. Fragments play the main role in this work, which interrogates the material reality of what it shows us. The objects seem more like discarded scraps, with no particular identity or specific origin. They are presented as testament to a line of descent, the results of a process of transmission and transformation, products of a contra- dictory inheritance and classification. But while fragments are characteristic of throughout objects, collages and painting, artifice is no less important. The latter’s function is to render visible a process, framework or mise-en-scène, and the way these procedures incite or filter our perception.