Fountain investigates the usability of rain as a drinking water resource. As one of the few water sources that has not yet been privatized, rain offers a source of water that can guarantee supply to the commons if stored properly.
However, as rainwater is often undrinkable due to atmospheric contamination and is difficult to be stored hygienically, the project investigates how sphagnum moss can act as a living filter. 
To this end, interviews were conducted with biologists and UBA employees in the field of drinking water treatment in order to substantiate the feasibility of the project.

The project is an impulse to rethink ecological forms of coexistence between humans and plants in relation to drinking water.