SILOS, an outdoor art installation inspired by the prehistoric Metasequoia (Dawn Redwood) species. In a natural space one large fabric silo (proposed twelve feet tall, twenty-four feet diameter) will be a representation of the Dawn Redwood’s seasonal color. This silo is intended to convey the message of diversity and community. Fabric will be hung from a suspended metal ring, colorful panels will be digitally printed on sheer fabric. Fifty-three smaller fabric silos (proposed eight to twelve feet, three feet diameter) will surround the larger silo in the meadow. These fifty three smaller silos illustrate biological and human isolation. The placement of the silos is an interpretation of a seed collecting map of south central China. There are fifty three locations where the seeds were collected from 1940-1990. Essentially, the meadow is a walking map to the origins of the fifty three seed collecting sites. Visitors who are able, can walk inside the silos to examine the painted detail of the Dawn Redwood tree bark, that speak to the majesty of the prehistoric species. The Dawn Redwoods are specimen to understand climate change and the benefit of diverse genetics.