Border Sounds is a video, performance and sound installation in the form of a silent disco within a parking garage. The work examines notions of territory in relation to nation-states and diasporic experiences. Musical tracks with lyrics referencing the text inside passports are employed to heighten and accentuate the ever-changing boundaries that we navigate daily. These tracks are experienced privately via headphones and accompanied by video projections. An atmosphere similar to a club or disco is created in the garage and the audience is encouraged to participate, to move in unison with the audio, or enact their own performance in relation to these constructed borders. Created out of a desire to explore the troubling policies entrenched in national and territorial border politics and question access and mobility within those borders, this work reconstructs discourse surrounding notions of territorial sovereignty. While the audience participates in the silent disco, they experience an engagement with mobility and nationalism, both individually and collectively.