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2713Photo series | Time installations At the core of this work is an imaginary space, one at the interface of all the world’s airports. Pas- sengers enter it when they pass through a security checkpoint prior to takeoff, and leave it after touching down at their final destination. Therefore, the boundaries of the space are constantly shift- ing in accordance with current air traffic. Within its confines, cultures, languages and nations segue into one another like adjacent time zones. This space hosts more than five billion people every year. People who are total strangers to one another and yet feel that they are temporarily connected as fel- low members of a transient community. This space has had no name until now. The Ars Electronica Futurelab calls it “ZeitRaum” (TimeSpace). Ars Electronica Futurelab ( ©alle:OttoSaxinger