'Can we get some water from the fountain?' - By Joanna Krause. 'The photography work ‘Can we get some water from the fountain?’ presents the White House as a symbol of USA power, wealth and capitalism. African women with empty water buckets demonstrate third world poverty and a lack of life sources. In many places in Africa access to water is extremely limited. To get to the water point people have to walk for miles. The presence of the fountain in front of the White House is starting to look like something unnecessary and wasteful in the face of global poverty, and this contrast is made clear in the image presented.'