Foraged micaceous clay, pit-fired bowl. Pueblo inspired processes use the Puki as a base vessel for all other vessels they make. Here the Puki is seen as an art object unto itself, with video projected imagery from late 19th, early 20th century archaeologists, who plundered the ground in search of buried indigenous cultural artifacts. The images take back those generated by the archaeologists who sometimes took extreme liberties in the recreations of the designs. It questions ownership of archaeological images, and artifacts.