Is it a visual seascape?
Art touching environmental boundaries?
Or drawing attention to ecological processes?
It is a world’s first underwater sculpture park, created by Jason de Caires Taylor.
This sculpture park is located on the beautiful island of Grenada in the Caribbean.
Here, sculptures become artificial reefs which attract marine life as well as human visitors. The sculptures are sited in clear shallow waters to afford easy access.
It is unique, a kaleidoscope of art interacting with environment and vice-versa, shifting of sands every moment and the viewing undercurrents tell me
it is certainly out of this world!
In artist’s views it is hope and recovery and underlines our need to understand and protect the natural world.