»I was a Rich Man’s Plaything«, 1947 from the series »BUNK« by Eduardo Paolozzi. BUNK is the title for a series of works that were originally pages of a scrapbook in which Paolozzi had stuck cuttings from magazines, mostly given to him by American ex-servicemen in Paris in the late 1940s. The word ‘BUNK’ stems from Henry Ford’s statement, ‘History is more or less bunk, we want to live in the present’. It reflects Paolozzi’s belief that art should respond to contemporary culture.

»Boutique Airports 1«, 2007 and »Boutique Airports 2«, 2007 by Jasmina Cibic.

»Bourek«, 2005 by Adel Abdessemed.

“Touched echo”, 2007 by Markus Kison. While leaning on the swinging balustrade sounds are transmitted through the arm directly into into the inner ear (bone conduction).

»Plane Landing«, 2008 is a sculpture of an airplane in a permanent state of landing. On July 4 and 5, 2008 Plane Landing appeared at the Zurich Airport. By Aleksandra Mir.


»Five Films«, »Lost Sea« and »One Way«, 2008 by Alexandr Skarlinski.

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»In the Name of Kernel!« flight recording series by Joan Leandre.

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»Airliner Open Studio«, 2006, installation by Geoffrey Farmer.

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„No-Man’s-Land«, 1999-2001 by Ni Haifeng.


»On the Wing« (1999) 14 texts visible from the window seats on the wings of six Boeing 737 from the official Luxembourg LUXAIR fleet. By Nedko Solakov.

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The project »Full-Time«, 2006, is comprised of several parts: 1. An annual calendar listing all the public holidays day after day, throughout the world, giving the motive of celebration. 2. A presentation of 365 air tickets at the artists name, to go from place to place. 3. A cartography of the different possible routes. With this Delphine Rigaud plans to travel a route which enables her to be each day in a place where that day is a public holiday.


“Lighttypewriter” – the 264 light bulbs on the building could be controlled by 264 light switches on the street. By Constantin Luser.


»Odysee« (photo-mural and polystyrene) by Berndnaut Smilde.


“Blind Pilots”. Find some more paintings by Roland Hochenauer here.