Czech Republic sculptor Emil Adamec has traveled all over
the world to make his monumental stone and wood pieces.
His procedure is simple: he arrives on the site, finds the
native material and lives and works on the site until the
piece is complete. This piece is part of a proposal to bridge
Key West and Cuba by creating matching male and female torsos
in Havana. He has created these works for Key West and they
will be on display in a public space. He has completed works
in Maine, China, Africa, New Zealand, Israel, Brazil and
many more. He travels with his tools on his back. When not
working on a project, he lives in the Czech Republic where
he owns and runs a gallery.