Streep 2 is an iteration of my ongoing research on the physicalization ofcomputer music. For this work I draw from the concept of the DAW (Digital Audio Workstation), which is the go-to tool for many electronic composers. Within the DAW, audio is represented by blocks that are put onto a timeline.
Streep 2 is the second PAW (Physical Audio Workstation). Like Streep 1 it features paper as object,water as actuator, and dripping as method. The appliance of water on paper is chosen to emphasize the transiency native to the physical realm.
Beautiful worlds of sound are all around us, we just have to listen.
photo’s: Pieter Kiers | Beeld.nu