'Fountain' was an unofficial
intervention in Pill Creek in Cornwall. It is a location that is linked to
the painter Ben Nicholson who stayed here in the 1920s.
The water fountain was in
situ for more than 4 hours, and, linked directly to mains water, the height
it achieved was determined by how many residents living in the area were
simultaneously running their taps or appliances.
At several points it reached
over 60ft in height.