As if excavated from a dig site, the remains of these deteriorated golf clubs suspend the viewer in an archaeological paradox, in which the audience is faced with a typical sporting object as it would be presented as a relic thousands of years in the future in a museum. The artist's re-contextualization of the golf club releases the object from its present cultural significance. By releasing this object from its present cultural ties, the viewer is able to critique the clubs in a more critical and archeological way—What was this used for? Is this a weapon or was this for sport? Who played this sport and why? What happened to this sport?