Flanigan is an artist, metal worker, armaturist for stop-motion
animation, and diver, living in New York City. She works to re-establish
coral reefs worldwide with the Biorock®
process and encourages responsible pesticide-free urban land stewardship
with her alter ego, "Miss
who teaches the public to harvest the humble backyard snails found
in the West and return them to their lofty heritage of haute cuisine.
designs have been approved to join the living art of MUSA (Museo
Subacuático de Arte). This monumental underwater
museum in the waters surrounding Cancun, Isla Mujeres and
Punta Nizuc was founded in 2009. It aims to “demonstrate
the interaction between art and environmental science.”
Find out about this adventure
and how you can get involved to help corals and ocean biodiversity.
June and part of July, 2011, Living Sea Sculpture (LSS) was being
built. Here is the concept model and a clip of the final sculpture
as it arrived at Puerto Cancun. The international team received
word at the end of August 2012 that the last contract was signed.
They are raising funds to return to Mexico to deploy into the
waters of Punta Nizuc as soon as possible. Please donate
to help bring the Living Sea Sculpture to life and maintain this
unique coral refuge. Listen
to the song written and produced to celebrate this project.