QR Hasan M. Elahi
Hasan M. Elahi
transit, perpetual, nowhere, dualities, geography, surrogate
The airport is a liminal and geopolitically ambiguous space where they are containers of dualities. Airports are surrogate spaces–that in between space where you’re everywhere and nowhere at the same time. While, almost all airports have similar functions and most look and feel very similar, it is their individual details that create a continuous space that seamlessly flows from one geography to another into a perpetual transit zone.