Installation of "Asaf and Yo'ah"
at The Time Warner Center - South Tower
(page one of two)


Early in the morning on March 12th, 2004, a large truck pulled up in front of the Berry Street studio. It had traveled from the Boca Raton Museum in Florida where the sculpture had been on display for the last two years.

Inside Truck

Inside the truck, Vaadia (facing away from the camera) inspects the piece and prepares to unload the sculpture.

Fork Lift
Vaadia's heavy duty fork lift is powerful enough to handle a three ton job.

Fork Lift 2

Notice Vaadia's small stone sculptures aligned against the far wall of the studio.

Boaz will pressure wash and prepare the piece for installation.

Fork Close-up In the weeks ahead, a concrete base was designed and poured at the Time Warner Center to handle 6000 pounds of stone.
Inside Studio

Back at the studio, On April 16th, More Specialized Transport came to pick up the piece. This would enable them to arrive at the Time Warner Center at 8:00AM on the day of the installation.

Inside Studio Inside Studio

Vaadia wheels Yo'ah's leg over to the truck.

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