Relying on the already engaging sonic element of water dripping into a body of water - then adding a simple Pure Data patch to amplify and compliment the natural sound source. This element of the sound sculpture is something influenced by Bernhard Leitner saying in reference to a piece of his (Space Sources, 1997):
“The water table is both a sound object which defines its place within the space as well as the sound source, which provides sound material for the electronic-acoustic activation of the sound stelae. While the natural sound remains localised, the sound material of the electronically filtered water is transmitted from the sound stelae into the space. The Atrium fills up and becomes a living acoustic form.”
Our water element of the project is relatable because the sonic aspect revels in both the natural acoustic and the digital enhancement - yet overall creating a sonic environment projected from the sculpture.