Kiya A. McCoy, born December 1995, started her artist journey painting acrylic on canvas in the sun room of her parents’ Long Island home. Earlier this year she was introduced to Processing and found interest in generative art. Through the investigation of repetitive self-generating systems and algorithms, she discovered a visual language that both exposed and contradicted her interest in natural phenomena. She used processing source code and Photoshop to create this work. A symbolic image of a tree occurs in many cultures, religions, and mythologies. Humans from age to age have felt an ominous connection to trees, the wishing tree, the world tree, the tree of knowledge and many more. The tree of life is symbolism is comprised of the tree itself, the roots, the trunk, the branches, and the leaves and fruit, the components of the tree create an endless cycle that sustains life. And when the tree dies, it bears seeds that contain its very essence; the tree becomes immortal. The medium chosen allows the computer to mimic the ominous force controlling nature. The artist purpose is to remind viewers that there was a time when people did not exist and that time will come again. Humans are temporary but the earth is everlasting and if we take care of our planet as it takes care of us, it may extend our stay. This work is a rendition of the immortal tree, living in space and time unknown.