The project is part of the Atlantic Museum and will create a large artificial reef comprising art installations made from high-density concrete that doesn't affect the marine ecosystem or flora and fauna. No corrosive metals and materials are used.
The sculptures, submerged at a depth of between 40ft and 49ft, recreate scenes from everyday life.
The artist – who has done underwater sculpture installations The Bahamas, Mexico and the Antilles – uses his work to highlight ‘the defence of the oceans and to transmit a level of critical thinking about the commercialization of natural resources’.
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