Michelangelo, with gills

Something's fishy about these sculptures.

If someone asked you to list the greatest sculptors of all time, you might pick Michelangelo or Bernini or even Brancusi (especially if you had easy access to Google). But all those legacies are now under threat, and the challenger is not in human form. One of artist collective panGenerator’s latest installations – called Float – has fish doing the sculpting. To be fair, they’re not really doing much beyond swimming the way they normally would. But cameras are recording their every move and slowly plotting the results into a 3D space. These fish will have to work fast though. Michelangelo was 26 when he started the Statue of David. The average lifespan of a domesticated tropical fish is only one to three years.