Apron Space presents a series of short films, drawings and paintings, based on and located in the apron area of the airport. I combine my own video footage of the space with found footage, appropriated from airport webcams. The project addresses themes of time and simultaneity attempting to visualize the experience of displacement and being located in-between two time zones and locations. Flight timetables are being used as a device to direct the shape and form of the visual outcomes. In this project there is a focus on the relationship between human and non -human mobility at the airport, where I visualize the movement of passengers, workers and the mobile architecture and vehicles which occupy the Apron Space simultaneously.