Cooperative project with Sandy Ostman, Noah Morris, and the students of the Arava Institute.
Materials used: glass, mud of different colors from the area, old gallon containers, broken bottles. It is painted with leftover cooking oil from the kibbutz kitchen to protect it from the rain.
The time is found by standing on the corresponding date of the year and looking at the location of one's shadow on the points indicating the hour.
It connects us to the place in which we live on many levels. The materials used connect us to our natural surroundings as well as to the community in which it was created .In addition, the shape of the figure eight form of the dates of the year on which one stands is specific to the relationship of the sun to the earth in our latitude.