Grenada isn’t all about beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, picturesque villages and excellent accommodation. Our cultural scene is also strong, we are proud to boast some of the very few underwater sculptures in the world. Created by English artist Jason De Caires Taylor, the deepest is 24 feet beneath the surface of Moliniere Bay. The work began on these sculptures in 2006 and they have been steadily integrating with aquatic life ever since, becoming man made mini reefs.
The largest work, ‘Vicissitudes’ comprises a concrete ring of children from varying ethnic backgrounds holding hands “It’s a comment on how children are affected by their surroundings and absorb everything around them,” says Taylor. “As the coral grows, they change in complexity.”