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Honoring ecological artist
JASON DeCAIRES TAYLOR
The Underwater Museum

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    EXCERPTS from Jason deCaires Taylor 2014 BOOK:

    "Somehow my eclectic path in life was now culminating in something real and tangible. For the first time I felt that I was making work that offered a new perspective on the world. It had also become of the utmost importance to me that what I was doing would benefit the natural world and not needlessly occupy space on an already cluttered planet. From that day to this I have successfully installed over five hundred underwater sculptures and created more that one thousand square meters of habitat space for various types of marine life." Jason deCaires Taylor/2014 Statement/The Underwater Museum

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