Signed in as:
Signed in as:
Contemporary Art As Coral Reef Rejuvenation Structures
Biology & Research for Healthy Coral Ecosystems
Electrified BioStructures Provide Life-Supporting Habitat
Living Sea Sculpture started in 2010 with a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign. We aimed to create and install an electrolytic, mineral accretion artificial reef in Cancún, Mexico, for the underwater museum, MUSA. Through the phases of this coral restoration project, ongoing as a living +livestreaming memorial to Zoe Anderson in Cozumel, Mexico, we have evolved.
Now, 13 years later, we focus on transdisciplinary, holistic approaches to create a world for coral reefs to flourish.
Living Sea Sculpture recognizes that coral reefs ARE the sculptors of the sea. Our team works to support their living artistry and survival with unique, aesthetic and functional habitats.
We are developing substrate materials for coral cultivation that aim to be biocompatible and reduce carbon emissions in production.
Hands-on restoration practices integrating innovative Research & Development to mitigate climate change are carried out with leading scientific researchers to regenerate biodiverse reef ecosystems.
Reefs provide irreplaceable value locally, regionally, and internationally. We want to be a part of the solution and hope you will be too!
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Your contribution will be used to help Living Sea Sculpture's work to rehabilitate coral reefs through art, science, and technology. This is not tax-deductible.
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