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Seen from underneath, inside the Nelson-Atkins Musuem of Art parking garage, Harper Hair with the museum's operation's department used a pushbroom to clean the dirt off the porthole windows inside the reflecting pool that houses a commissioned work by American sculptor Walter de Maria called One Sun / 34 Moons. Thirty-four circular windows, or oculi, rest in the bottom of the pool. As daylight shines through these skylights, the sun illuminates the garage below. The pool is cleaned every Monday, weather permitting.

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THE KANSAS CITY STAR
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Best of 2013
Seen from underneath, inside the Nelson-Atkins Musuem of Art parking garage, Harper Hair with the museum's operation's department used a pushbroom to clean the dirt off the porthole windows inside the reflecting pool that houses a commissioned work by American sculptor Walter de Maria called One Sun / 34 Moons. Thirty-four circular windows, or oculi, rest in the bottom of the pool. As daylight shines through these skylights, the sun illuminates the garage below. The pool is cleaned every Monday, weather permitting.