Long before human beings invented computers, nature found a way to store incredible amounts of data in a tiny package: DNA. While DNA as a storage medium has enormous potential because of its high storage density, its practical use is currently severely limited because of its high cost and very slow read and write times. Nevertheless, scientists are figuring out how to do the same trick — creating artificial gene sequences that use the four base pairs A, C, G and T to represent binary bits of information. A research group has demonstrated how these code genes can be inserted into bacteria, transferred into plants, and passed on to subsequent generations.The scenario for the year 2100 might be that after we learned how to influence climate to our needs by creating an artificial one we become one with plants, we create and grow our secondary digital plant based skin, which can save an enormous amount of data within their fibres. You become one with your data. A living in your own data jungle, a private space, data never been more private before. This project is speculating on the future of data storage and privacy.