My research problematizes place and history and focuses on space and time as not yet colonized. In The Climate of History: Four Theses, Dipesh Chakrabarty questions whether globalization and global warming have been born out of overlapping processes to human understanding of the world. In relation to this question, the complexity of my exploration aims at representation beyond ‘national identity’. I consider this multi-interdisciplinary project a High Level Structure for my philosophy. With focus on plurality and inclusion, this research relates to Earth’s altering ability. In this sense, I have entitled the process deeep blue