'Helios'
As part of the Artificial Reef projection series
Wolfsonian Museum
Miami Beach | Dec. 2-5, 2010

'Helios' is a nearly symmetrical colony of Tubastrea coccinea collected from an oil rig off the coast of Louisiana where it is an introduced species. It is one of the most successful of all coral species, having invaded the Caribbean in the past century by hitchhiking through the Panama Canal from the Pacific. It prefers colonizing man-made substrates like shipwrecks, dock pilings, and the aforementioned oil rigs.

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Additional displays:

The Borscht Film Festival | April 23, 2011 - Miami, FL
Miami Underwater Festival | May 27-28, 2011 - Miami, FL
Digital Graffiti | June 11, 2011 - Alys Beach, FL

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