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Ze'ev Willy Neumann creates sculptures out of wood. "To bring forth the idea of conceptual art is a wonderful way of actually translating a daily object into a story," says Neumann. This film documents his Love Knot project, which used 40 sheets of plywood and took a year and a half to complete.

The premise is to link two neighboring towns in upstate New York - Woodstock and Saugerties - via identical sculptures to help bring the towns closer by encouraging each town to visit the other. He designed these love seats as a knot in the shape of a heart, incorporating the infinity sign. Visitors are encouraged to see both. This film aired on PBS and was screened at WAAM (Woodstock Artists Association and Museum)


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