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An Interview with Elena Cué for The Huffington Post. Here are some excerpts, with a link to the full interview below.
Jason deCaires Taylor (Dover, Kent County, United Kingdom, 1974) has devoted more than eighteen years to underwater life and its conservation along with his work as a sculptor and photographer. He is best known as the creator of MUSA (Museo Subacuático de Arte), the largest aquatic museum in the world, located near Cancun, Mexico, and he is currently working on the creation of the Museo Atlántico in Playa Blanca, Lanzarote. Made from pH-neutral cement, his sculptures transform into coral reefs as they are consumed by aquatic microorganisms, which helps to increase marine biomass and the reproduction of species.
Like nature, his art creates and destroys, and like life, it is in constant transformation. It is an art that accepts its own temporality and does not seek immortality. It has…
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