The airport is a site of rich complexities, a space in which human experience and spatial interconnections can be creatively explored. As a cultural, social, philosophical and psychological space, it has been the subject of a range of different interpretations and visual representations, prompting many contemporary debates around surveillance, security, mobility, simultaneity and globalization. This project investigates these interpretations and representations through a series of visualisations and re-imaginings of the airport space via the technological gaze, based in material developed from a range of contemporary digital technologies; Google Street View; Google Earth ,Webcams and Virtual Models. Through multi-media practices that draw together video, modelling, painting, collage, mapping and experimental writing, the project investigates experiences of the multi- layered landscape of the airport.