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Helping us learn how to listen to each other. That's one of the aims of a new online, interactive 'sound art' exhibition. It's called Story Trees and it uses new technology that allows it to change based on the participants' reactions. The exhibit is built on interviews, recorded nearly 50 years ago, with people all across northern Ontario, including in Ear Falls, Red Lake and Rossport. Don Hill is the longtime broadcaster who originally recorded those conversations. The CBC's Amy Hadley asked him what inspired him to turn that archival material into an art exhibit called Story Trees.