Jason deCaires Taylor, widely known for his underwater sculptures, has showcased his hottest venture off Lanzarote in Europe. The sculptures, that happen to be shows of real people, showcase refugees, and characters walking in the direction of a fence, not paying close attention. The items are jointly referred to as the Rubicon installation. This is the First Underwater Sculpture Garden of Europe installed in the area.
The set up is a nod to the hazards of global warming. The fence corresponds to climate change, the point of no return , and the characters seem to stroll in the direction of the fence. The characters are presented in ways that signify them going about their work and not being attentive. An illustration is one figure having a selfie with a cell phone.
The set up also features a boat with refugees, referred to as the Raft of Lampedusa.