“Pokhara Flight”, 2007

Lightbox, 32 x 254 x 13 cm

During these flights, I took one photo of the Earth through the window every twenty seconds. Due to the plane´s motion, the camera "travelled" a couple of kilometers between each snap-shot. I later aligned the photographs on the computer, showing a panorama of the total distance of the journey.

“Pokhara Flight”, 2007

Lightbox, 32 x 254 x 13 cm

During these flights, I took one photo of the Earth through the window every twenty seconds. Due to the plane´s motion, the camera "travelled" a couple of kilometers between each snap-shot. I later aligned the photographs on the computer, showing a panorama of the total distance of the journey.

"Mont Blanc", 2005

Lightbox, 30 x 300 x 13 cm

During these flights, I took one photo of the Earth through the window every twenty seconds. Due to the plane´s motion, the camera "travelled" a couple of kilometers between each snap-shot. I later aligned the photographs on the computer, showing a panorama of the total distance of the journey.

"Mont Blanc", 2005

Lightbox, 30 x 300 x 13 cm

During these flights, I took one photo of the Earth through the window every twenty seconds. Due to the plane´s motion, the camera "travelled" a couple of kilometers between each snap-shot. I later aligned the photographs on the computer, showing a panorama of the total distance of the journey.

"Miami - Jacksonville", 2004

Lightbox, 30 x 250 x 13 cm

During these flights, I took one photo of the Earth through the window every twenty seconds. Due to the plane´s motion, the camera "travelled" a couple of kilometers between each snap-shot. I later aligned the photographs on the computer, showing a panorama of the total distance of the journey.

"Miami - Jacksonville", 2004

Lightbox, 30 x 250 x 13 cm

During these flights, I took one photo of the Earth through the window every twenty seconds. Due to the plane´s motion, the camera "travelled" a couple of kilometers between each snap-shot. I later aligned the photographs on the computer, showing a panorama of the total distance of the journey.

"Paris - Beirut", 2005

Lightbox, 30 x 250 x 13 cm

During these flights, I took one photo of the Earth through the window every twenty seconds. Due to the plane´s motion, the camera "travelled" a couple of kilometers between each snap-shot. I later aligned the photographs on the computer, showing a panorama of the total distance of the journey.

"Paris - Beirut", 2005

"Atlanta - Chicago", 2004, Lightbox, 30 x 250 x 13 cm

"Atlanta - Chicago", 2004, Lightbox, 30 x 250 x 13 cm

"Paris - Innsbruck", 2005, Lightbox, 30 x 310 x 17 cm

"Paris - Innsbruck", 2005, Lightbox, 30 x 310 x 17 cm

"Anchorage - British Columbia", 2004, Lightbox, 30 x 250 x 13 cm

"Anchorage - British Columbia", 2004, Lightbox, 30 x 250 x 13 cm

"British Columbia - Miami, 2004, Lightbox, 30 x 250 x 13 cm

"British Columbia - Miami, 2004, Lightbox, 30 x 250 x 13 cm

"Osaka - Tokyo", 2004, Lightbox, 25 x 280 x 13 cm

"Osaka - Tokyo", 2004, Lightbox, 25 x 280 x 13 cm

"Düsseldorf - London", 2003, Lightbox, 30 x 310 x 17 cm

"Düsseldorf - London", 2003, Lightbox, 30 x 310 x 17 cm

"Düsseldorf - München", 2003, Lightbox, 30 x 470 x 17 cm

"Düsseldorf - München", 2003, Lightbox, 30 x 470 x 17 cm