Over the past 50 years, Robert Indiana has created a unique body of work drawn from pop culture images, American literature, and visual signs from his personal history. Though best known for his iconic LOVE images, Indiana has also worked in painting, sculpture, set design, graphics, printmaking, and assemblage. Born Robert Clark in Newcastle, Indiana in 1928, he changed his name in the mid-1950s when he moved to New York City as a way of honoring his home state, and of assuming a new identity. He first lived on Coenties Slip, where his neighbors included Ellsworth Kelly, Agnes Martin, and Jack Youngerman, then in a loft building on the Bowery until he moved to Maine in 1978. He now lives and works in a former Odd Fellows Lodge on Vinalhaven Island. This hour-long portrait combines archival footage of Indiana at work in his studio with photographs, interviews, poetry, prose, and contemporary scenes to create a visual autobiography in the artist's own words and images.