This is a continuation of Jonathan Borofsky's sculptures from yesterday. A 20 ft. high Hammering Man sculpture at the Nasher Sculpture Center is another one of his creations. Its arm is suppose to move up and down, but this one appears to be out of order...on "strike" if you will. According to Borofsky, the moving arm conveys the common worker's boring and montonously repetitive job.
Each Hammering Man sculpture is numbered to signify common laborers.
Roomful of working gigantic Hammering Man sculptures were on display at the mall about 15 miles from the sculpture center. Their arms were literally moving up and down. Sorry for the poor quality photo, I used my camera phone on this last one. Who knew I would find something interesting at the mall to photograph.