Wed 24 Feb 2010
The ocean is mysterious in the truest sense. We only know its edges, not its center. We know its shallow bits fairly well, but its depths are still fairly unexplored. We have been to the moon more than we have been to the deepest parts of the ocean. I think we relate to the ocean because in some ways, we humans are similarly mysterious. I find the art of Jason deCaires Taylor to be capturing a hint of that mystery.
Taylor has gained international recognition for creating the world’s first underwater sculpture park in Grenada, West Indies. His work is not only beautiful and unique; it also champions a message of ecologic hope and recovery.
Jason deCaires Taylor at work (click to enlarge):
YouTube Preview of the new underwater sculptures in Cancun, Mexico
Interview with Miranda Krestovnikoff
Jason deCaires Taylor on Twitter
Jason deCaires Taylor on FaceBook