HD video, sound, 06:36 min
In the video Yellowhammer Infrasound, a narrator is searching for an infrasound array that is placed in a small forest in Iceland. The array is placed there in order to measure the trembling of the earth and to calculate volcanic activity. Infrasound is lower than the human hearing can perceive; when the two characters reach the forest where the infrasound array should be placed, all they hear is the sound of birds. They however still feel a desire to document this thing they cannot hear or see.
Sound Design: Sveinbjörn Thorarensen