etoy.HISTORY-FILE: 07-08-06


etoy.SHARE-CERTIFICATE EYB No. 340, No. 341, No. 338 and No. 339

ISEA ZeroOne Festival 2006

ISEA and ZeroOne, the Festival of Art on the Edge in San Jose, hosts the official launch of MISSION ETERNITY. Location: Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, USA

The glisteningly white MISSION ETERNITY SARCOPHAGUS shines in front of the Museum of Art in San Jose, CA. In close vicinity to mortal art, card board architecture, Californian palm trees and dedicated security guards, the SARCOPHAGUS performs its dateless duty of demonstrating deadlines that are here to be crossed by art.

Visitors are ushered through a sound gate into the SARCOPHAGUS after checking in to receive angel status. For security reasons, spiritual and physical, the individual visiting time is limited to 5 minutes inside the SARCOPHAGUS. Instable and spiritually impaired visitors are discouraged from entering the SARCOPHAGUS. Additional information material is available outside and etoy.AGENTS in white may be approached for information and initiation.

The MISSION ETERNITY SARCOPHAGUS is a mobile sepulcher for users who prefer to be buried at an indetermined geographical location. The mobile cemetery tank is a 20 foot ISO standard cargo container (6m long, 2.4m wide, 2.6m high, 4 tons weight) and potentially travels planet earth forever. The system allows for simple re-location of the mortal remains of up to 1000 MISSION ETERNITY PILOTS.

The SARCOPHAGUS is equipped with an immersive LED screen of 17'000 pixels that cover the walls, ceiling and floor on which the visitors can walk. It displays the ARCANUM CAPSULE content and functions as a public installation wherever the TANK travels.

While on show, storage angels, coders, lawyers, and mortal remains couriers applied on-site for angel status and participate in the mission.