This contemporary work was specifically conceived for the 2015 “Living Together” Summit. It presents two representations of the Island of Montreal interweaved with one another. This original integration expresses the importance of support, sharing and communion between people. Thus, one outline is hollow, the other is filled, symbolizing the courtesy that one has towards the other in everyday relationships: the larger surrounding the smaller. The sculpture, cut out in water and comprised entirely of aluminum, has been, in part, polished by hand, while the other is intentionally left natural cut, recalling the diversity of the communities present on the Island of Montreal.