In John Akomfrah’s fifty-three-minute, three-channel film installation .
The Airport(2016), the central character is a besuited and helmeted astronaut, whom, at different moments, sometimes appears through his helmet visor to become a black colored guy. He wanders through an abandoned airport in Athens, comingling with waiting people in Edwardian garb along with those who work in postwar 1950s fashions. The anachronism among these people, all stranded into the spoil of the transport hub, recommends the instability due to the exodus of money throughout the Greek crisis that is financial started in 2010, and in addition older records of migration. 続きを読む