“The Fountain of Prosperity” (2007) by Michael Stevenson. “The Fountain of Prosperity” is a reconstruction of the “Moniac”, a machine designed in the late 1940s by New Zealand economist Bill Phillips to illustrate the concept of monetary flow in national economies. A fixed volume of red-dyed water, representing money, is pumped through a system of transparent tubes and sluices into clear chambers representing factors such as “surplus balances” and “International Monetary Funds”.