Dripping is a sound installation set up in the shower room of the former public bath 'Stadtbad Wedding'. The audience experiences new dimensions of sound, light and space. The room is almost completely darkened and only beneath the shower heads are drops of luminous paint running down the tiled walls. In the center of the room is a rotating wooden plate which reflects sounds of water to the walls.
Because of the rotating plate the sound is wandering upon the walls and a natural surround sound system build up. Architecture is acoustically expanded through sound. Of technical interest is the use of an audio spotlight which has a very directional sound (like a laser pointer) to have a precise reflection.