This triptych explores notions of digital afterlife and the legacy of others. Rachel Ruysch (1664-1750) was a very successful still life painter at a time when women’s art was restricted to what was regarded as the ‘lower’ genres. Her work, some three centuries on, is primarily known to us digitally. Six Centuries ponders what might happen in a further three centuries when, and if, by that point machines will have developed autonomous creativity. Innovation is the thread that binds past, present and future.