Landlines explores invisible communications – wind, sounds, and stories – that traverse the topography of a place. Windsocks indicate the presence of shifting currents; sound tubes invite people to participate in a field of relationships as generators and listeners. These celebrate the interactivity of changing conditions. Recordings of local peoples’ stories transmitted into the space share a more complex aspect of how people actually grapple with change – in this case the ecological disturbance of an important local tree species. Landlines plays with material and immaterial connections to investigate the registration of change by fixed datum points – a windsock post, a sound tube, or a person who has known a place over time.