Reef Madness: An Underwater Feat of Engineering

ReefLine, an underwater sculpture park, has finished its first phase in Miami.
By Rachel E. Pelovitz
November 29, 2022

ReefLine, an underwater sculpture park, has finished its first phase in Miami, which includes commissions by conceptual artist Leandro Erlich, reef sculptures, a snorkeling path and a protective

barrier to separate visitors from boats.

ReefLine stretches for seven miles and will do more than attract tourists—the project will work to combat the effects of climate change, rising sea levels and coral reef damage.

An open call for artists to participate in phase two has been initiated.

by Rachel E. Pelovitz

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