The Coralarium: An Immersive Sculptural Installation Semi-Submerged in the Indian Ocean
2 years ago - By Colossal
All photographs shared with permission of the artist Jason deCaires Taylor
The Coralarium is the newest aquatic sculpture by artist Jason deCaires Taylor. Built in a large developed coral lagoon in the Maldives, the semi-submerged installation is positioned so both human and marine visitors can interact with sculptural elements on the skyline, inter-tidal waterline, and seabed.
To reach the Coralarium, island guests traverse about 500 feet of shallow water, seascaped with underwater poplars and endemic corals. About 20 feet tall, the open-air stainless steel cube is designed based on...
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