The sculptures in the gallery is set on three levels.
British sculptor Jason de Keyres Taylor has created another non-trivial installation – this time at one of the resorts of Maldives.
Coralarium represents the semiflooded gallery with nearly 30 sculptures, which will be the habitat for corals and other sea creatures.
Openwork cube of steel is designed not to introduce an imbalance into the environment and give full access to the marine inhabitants for free exploration and habitation of the object.
The sculptures in the gallery is set on three levels to demonstrate the relationship of elements of the planet. Figures on the roof as if reaching for the sky. Installed inside the alternately immersed in water and came out of it together with the tides. The final level is underwater, which is in constant contact with marine life.
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