Found: February 18, 2016 (night photos) & May 6, 2016 (day photos)
In Noguchi Court at the south end of the Bloch Building sits this fountain. Noguchi Court is the area with works by Isamu Noguchi. It is outside the area where the museum houses its special exhibitions.
It consists of two sculpted basaltic stones, one with a concave top and one with a convex top. Water seeps up through the hole in the top of each rock and runs down the sides into the rocks below. It is tough to convey the movement of the fountain in still pictures as it just looks like pictures of wet rocks but it is actually pretty cool and also soothing.
I had an old post for this fountain that had just three pictures and I felt the need to update this post with more and better pictures. I have also included pictures taken at night and the colours of the rock look they have changed without the glare of outdoors shining in on them.