Discover the community’s outdoor gallery

The marina and waterfront areas of your community are practically a public museum! We’ve put together four of our top picks for you to explore.

1. Flower tree

Artist: Choi Jeong Hwa

About the installation: Choi’s Dubai flower tree, commissioned specifically for Emaar, highlights the artist’s signature language while incorporating local flowers to mark the specificity of this special installation. It explores the relationship between the natural and man-made worlds.

This artwork highlights the artist’s signature language while incorporating local flowers to mark the specificity of this special installation.

Location: Creek Marina waterfront

2. Art installation at creek

Artist: 100

About the installation: Inspired by Dubai’s vernacular architecture, this creates a fun, colorful and eye-catching playscape for kids and adults alike. Each node represents one of the UAE’s seven emirates.

Location: Creek Marina waterfront 

3. Joy tree

Artist: Vibhor Sogani from India

About the installation: Larger than life and simple form, this sculpture is an ode to celebrating all that is beautiful, joy-giving and unadulterated in life. Crafted in polished stainless steel, the bouquet of balloons reflects the environment around it, offering passers-by a glimpse of themselves in it. This shimmering beacon of bliss can elevate the viewer from mundane and transport them to a realm of pure joy and calm. 

Location: Creek Marina parking entrance

4. Musical shadows

Artist: Daily tous les jours

About the installation: As the sun influences the rhythm of people’s lives, this interactive pavement creates music with people’s shadows, inspired by our constantly changing relationship with the sun.  Shadows cast on different tiles trigger different instruments, voices, notes and melodies, all playing in harmony.

The length of one’s shadow is dependent on position and posture, but also the season, the time of day, and the weather conditions. The result is that a visitor may never quite cast the same shadow twice; it will vary in shape, length, direction, and intensity.

The sounds themselves also change over the course of a day, creating and revealing different melodies in both the Bayati and Hijaz maqam (scale).

Location: Creek Marina waterfront