Thinking of Place ll In Situ' Linocut, Artist Nadia Kliendanze InkMasters Exhibition and Print Exchange. Presented in partnership with InkMasters, 'Times New In archaeology, in situ refers to an artifact that has not been moved from its original place of deposition. Why do we live where we live? We move from one place to another for various reasons. Some of us are just ‘deposited’ in a place and we stay there for no known reason. It is in the invisible weave of culture and in the tangible physical aspects of a place and the interpersonal aspects, the presence of relatives and friends that we form our sense of place.