At the center of the zocalo are two monumental elements that invite the public to gather around water in a communal space. This "inverted" fountain is made of a dense cluster of 200 transparent tubes suspended above. The installation is ever changing, with gentle drips becoming a powerful torrent and varying intensity and patterns of light.
The "aljibe" (a Spanish term for well) makes a 15 meter diameter pool which receives water falling from the Rain installation above, and curves downward in a vortex that alludes to the vast amounts of water hidden beneath the earth.
The rhythm, repetition and change of water falling from the installation into the aljibe is complimented by a soundscape in the communal space that evokes the emotion and sensuality that bonds humanity, water, natural cycles and a living planet.