Intrusions is a sound performance looking at the impact of the railroad and the modern sound environment on the Indigenous experience. Set near the railroad tracks in the Railyards, I perform an ambient and feedback sound performance using pottery and sound equipment when the train nears and passes me. During a 2 hour block I will perform each time the train passes, in between time I will sit on a blanket and offer pottery sherds with wheat pasted sections of anthropological text on the inside of the sherds to passing visitors. Each iteration of the performance has been adapted to the location. Originally performed at the CFA Downtown Studio in December 2015 and around the Albuquerque Railyard areas. This version is intended to provoke an understanding of the affect the railroad has had on the economic, cultural, and religious appropriations of indigenous pottery.