This is the story of a sculptor’s search for his place in the world of art. Clement Meadmore visited Europe in the 1950’s and realized that the abstract art he was interested in wasn’t accepted in Australia. He was multi-talented, creating modernist furniture to earn a living, but his powerful geometric sculptures were his passion. He set off for New York in 1963 and stayed. Despite his recognition internationally – with large scale works across the US, in Japan, England and Europe - Australia is only now beginning to recognize and celebrate both his design and artistic output.