OutOut Houses is an installation consisting of 4 small rooms. The rooms are freestanding but connected by 10-foot long steel square tubes. Each room has a 14-inch wind turbine on its roof. As wind blows, the turbine blades spin and rub against a metal and rubber armature to produce a rhythmic sound. The turbines have been modified by the removal of specific blades, creating a different interval for each room. The number of blades per turbine is 21, 20, 18 and 16. From inside each room, a person can listen to the sound emitted from the turbine above, as well as hear sound from the connected rooms in an overlapping sequence.