soundscapes from the cabin

In thinking about the posters as material beings, I've been thinking a lot about what they might have heard; the sound that travelled to them as they lived in the dark under the floorboards of the cabin. Although it isn't an accurate representation, as the cabin and its landscape have changed so much, it has been tangentially fascinating to explore the sonic qualities of the cabin and the site on the beach.

The following sound clips are best listened to with headphones and, like most sound pieces, without distractions.  

it's quiet inside the cabin, the outdoor sound barely enters through the wooden walls - but opening the door lets the air and sound rush in.

a description from memory of how the cabin was nestled into the landscape.

the sound of the stream intersperses the conversation; the rushing water can be heard in the background like a white noise