Electronic music futures project exploring robotics, artificial intelligence, & the post-anthro world.
Ongoing space development.
What we find at the bottom
In time it will return, but you won't recognize it
It should not be up to us
Records From The Eternal Sea /
The seas became acidic long before the post-anthropocene. Covered in the refuse of civilization to a depth of 30 metres, the oceans are void of any substantial organic life — a wasteland of runaway climate disaster. Robotic waste and recovery systems roam all aspects of the surface and floor in an attempt to return the oceans to a nominal state. Controlled by a long-abandoned autonomous central recovery protocol, the systems adhere to their programming at a primitive level, however, their systems have evolved basic machine reasoning. The following spaces are records from the eternal sea.
Carbon Recovery Unit 68-A85 Remains Missing
Dredger 7086-B Completes A Sweep Near The Hjort Trench
Oceanic Debris Trawler CCRX-16M8 Discovers A Vestige Of Organic Past