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In colaboration with Ellen Harvey . An original work commissioned and owned by the City of Philadelphia.

A blueprint-colored digitally altered aerial photograph of the flight approach to the Philadelphia International Airport, with a red arrow indicating the final destination of travelers, is sandblasted into forty-eight windows of the airport’s new Terminal F allowing travelers to locate themselves and their flight experience.

48 glass panels, each 33. ½” (85.1 cm) x 116 5/16″ (295.4 cm) glass panels (1,299 sq. ft (121 sqm.)) airbrushed with ceramic melting colors and sandblasted, steel clips. Fabrication: Mayer of Munich. Installation: US Glass and Metal Inc. Photo: Jan Baracz.