Continuum is an exploration of the immortality of humanity, of the imperishable - memory.
Genetic memory is akin to lava; a substance that can exist quietly, unknown, until it suddenly rumbles and spews itself into consciousness. Stones, those structures that are composed of tiny grains of sand, hardened into form and shape, imperceptibly change in response to their environment, to our being. We become one with the past. The memories we leave behind become one with the future. Our death becomes one with our life. We inherit not just genes, but memories that have been etched into our mortal being as surely as wind and water etch their presence on our environment. We leave behind our essence.
Memories of the past rely on life in the present to become the memories of the future. Thus memory, life, and death are interdependent: the continuance- the Eternal Continuum.