A giggle. A squeal. A howl. Even before a baby can speak, she’s soaking up the sounds and intonations of her surroundings—and mimicking them with disjointed syllables. What is she really feeling when she cries, when she laughs? What about when she’s silent? And what does she hear—what does she remember—as she lets go of the day and falls asleep?
Played during Soundscene 2013, a night of sound installations hosted by the Washington DC Listening Lounge.