At the end of 2013, vast steel sculpture, 8 by 8 by 8m, being lowered deep into the Pacific Ocean. This first of a series of sculpture will be stored into the Marianas Trench, right to the bottom 11,000 meters down. That’s 200 miles off Guam Island between Japan, the Philippines and Indonesia. It’s going to be full of human blood and hair samples, DNA.
This is art and hard science colliding head on. 30 locations around the world have attracted 5,000 willing donors or investors, if you like. All are rewarded with certificates proving they believed this might be a second chance.
Science is progressing faster than the greatest philosophers dare to predict, so who’s to say that there won’t be a point in the future when these samples can’s be utilized to bring people and endangered species back to life. It could be 500 to 100,000 years from now. Who knows? But this is a chance to be there when it happens!
How will we have evolved? How will humans be different? The Deep Storage Project is fighting back against the natural decay and erosion destroying all that we know and understand. People are embracing the ideals of the The Deep Storage Project, and in doing so, they are becoming a voice to be heard in the future.