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MOUA - Underwater Art

OUA museum (the Museum of Underwater Art) has three purposes: first, as an artistic installation, second, as a way to combat the die-off of corals, anemones and other underwater creatures, especially those that form important parts of the marine ecological cycle. Thirdly, it is an alarm – a warning about the dangers of climate change – that offers visual signals as to the warming of the oceans. The latter is a slender statue of a young woman, studded with LED

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