Wind, Rocks, and Women is an interactive sound exhibit that tells the stories of two mothers in Korea: a mother in Seoul city, where the traditional female role of domesticity prevails, and a haenyeo in Jeju Island, where women have greater freedom and status atypical of Korean society. The installation features the Hallasan volcano of Jeju Island where gods and spirits oversee the island and the surrounding Korean Strait. Peppered in the water and on the volcano lie various objects narrating two parallel stories. To experience the stories, users put on the headphones, pick up an object from the scene, and scan the object’s tag to the reader on the side of the headphones. A sound recording related to the object will start to play, accompanied by a video projection on the fabric that is flowing like water.