Agam's kinetic sculpture got kinetic again, at least for a short time, thanks to this worker moving each segment and giving them all a good cleaning.
When it was installed in 1984 I assume water was shpritzing in the fountain, but today it's dry and dust gathers fast.
"The Beating Heart Caring for Jerusalem" stands in the courtyard next to the Chagall windows synagogue at Hadassah Medical Organization.
For more about this sculpture, Yaacov Agam, and why he thinks Jerusalem art should be different from all other art, please see my earlier post.
For more nice shadows, see Tracy's meme, Shadow Shot Sunday.