Given the current state of air travel, many people may not wish to give the architecture of airports or the contemporary in-flight experience a second thought. Those people may give those matters a second thought when they take a look at the Terminal01 website. Designed to complement an ongoing exhibit at Toronto's Pearson International Airport, the project is being curated by David Jhave Johnston and Michael Alstad of the Year Zero One Collective. All five of these different interactive art projects are available on the site, and visitors can look over them here. First-time visitors may wish to start by clicking over to "ETA", which is an interactive and dynamic visual representation of the departing flights leaving Pearson International Airport. Moving on, visitors should also check out David Clark's "Touch and Go", which explores "the secret life of the airport icon". It's rather humorous, and worth a look.


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