Beating Man is a stand-out 21-meter-high model created by skilled worker Jonathan Borofsky to sit before the geometric Messeturm skyscraper in Frankfurt's Westend-Süd neighborhood.
Approved in 1990, the Hammering Man takes off finished all its surroundings against the tall structure that structures its setting. The statue is of a man who uses one hand to perseveringly pound a dissent which he holds in interchange; this development is made by a motor.
This figure addresses the working scene and the relationship between the mind, hand, and heart in work. The striking figure is made of steel and is reflected by other beating men in genuine urban groups all through the world.