Artist Len Lye was both an experimental film-maker and a kinetic sculptor, who produced sculptures that moved. In this 1977 video clip he demonstrates the flexibility of a hand saw. Lye, who was born and raised in New Zealand but lived most of his life overseas, bequeathed his major works to the Govett-Brewster gallery in New Plymouth after it offered to build large-scale versions of his sculptures.
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