Atlantic Museum Lanzarote
The 300 sculptures are recreations of people or situations, made through molds Lanzarote citizens and residents on the island.
These figures are built with high quality marine cement, guaranteed to survive in the environment for 300 years. The DeCaires sculptor has used materials that do not cause disease or the seabed, or the flora and fauna of the marine environment.
During the first phase, the works have been submerged "The Rubicon", 35 human figures walking toward the same destination, a door that opens to the Atlantic Oceana. At this facility will add four: "The ojalateros" boats sheets and drums, where children learned to sail and that it was the toy since 1930, one taking a selfie invites reflection on new technology partner and the self- ; "The hybrid sculptures" merger of nature and humanity.
The sculptures are submerged at a depth of 12-15 meters, which will allow the museum is visited by divers of all levels and visible from the surface. Subsidence runs until February 29 and 60 sculptures will be submerged up to January 2017 that 300 sculptures will be completed.
2% of the revenue from the Atlantic Museum Lanzarote Biosphere Art and Nature will go to research and dissemination of the wealth of species and seabed of the island