This Sound Shower communicates a language of soothing universally recognisable sounds that are triggered in harmony, calming or welcoming the participant as they approach each location of a piece.
The shape of each piece symbolizes the status of the traveler, like a raindrop that has left a cloud before it has hit the ground, caught in the space between destinations.
The Sound Shower sculptures are designed to be ceiling hung, ideally placed above the walkways or flat conveyor belts that connect airport terminals, ensuring a captive audience walking to a flight or arriving from one. I have designed the droplets to be placed in series one after the other at 3-4 metre intervals (see above). It would allow the participant to pass through the sound field and be stimulated by its presence.