Despite being just twelve square kilometres in size, Heathrow is the second-busiest airport in the world. In 2017, more than seventy-five million passengers flowed through its terminals, with one flight taking off or landing roughly every forty-five seconds. For the forseeable future (until at least an economic or climate apocalypse) these numbers will only increase. There are six other London airports, but only one Heathrow.
This A6, saddle-stitched booklet collects together the images, impressions and stories that make up Heathrow Airport. It is the second Liminal Residency book, produced in a numbered, limited edition of two hundred and available at a flexible price of £5 or more. All proceeds will be used to fund future residencies.
Contributing researchers for this book include Christine Donovan, Ed Garland, Dawn Hart, Sean Wai Keung, Eloise CC Shepherd, and Krishan Coupland.
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