RUNNING WATER (2019) is an audiovisual investigation of flickering territories, sanctioned trespasses, and rural queer space. In the video, people make animal sounds and friends make homes for each other. It’s been said that cis people make homes for themselves in the world, and trans people make homes for ourselves in our bodies. The video is a portal into a larger examination of equitable homemaking and boundary maintenance, using sound as a body part and as a tool. How can we use collective sound making to co-create a sense of belonging?