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WEB EXTRA: Taking Flight: Peter Tolkin and Airline Food

Captivated by civic and public spaces in general, and airports in particular, architect Peter Tolkin's Airline Food series of photographs explores the complexities of air travel and airports. Photography courtesy Peter Tolkin. We’ve talked about artists and architects making art for airports, but what about making art in an airport? What is that experience like? What does it teach about the design of airports and, more broadly, the intersection of people and cultures? Several years ago, architect Peter Tolkin embarked on an ambitious photography project, which resulted in a series of images entitled Airline Food.

“I got interested in airports because they’re these unusual spaces that represent internationalism but are not Internationalist in style,” explains Tolkin. “In the airport, you’re on your way—it’s an in between space. There not supposed to be marked by culture.” At the same time, he was developing an interest in the documentary mapping of civic and public spaces. His interests led him to airports, and, in the pre-9/11 years, he was able to move freely through the spaces.

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