Time for Airports

Eduardo Menz

2009, 16:00 minutes, colour, Various languages, no subtitles.


Time for Airports is a minimalistic travelogue about mapping out a particular space over time. It is a socio-cultural and cinematic inspection on the life of airports that examines the 21st century function of this unique environment that millions of people (ab)use but never belong to. Time for Airports introduces two realities in unison to expose one microcosm that reflects upon the relationship between architecture and time, banality and composition, and, journey and place.

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