Monthly Archives: December 2011
The Departure Coda is the concourse, where one track of the journey fades in as the other fades to an end. The DOA Mezzanine offices is the solo above the melody, and the Federal Inspection Services is the Solo below … Continue reading
The Departure Interlude is the terminal building, a place a transition, where travelers determine their gate.
The Departure Intro is the plaza of Richard Hunt’s sculpture Flight Forms, whose ascending metallic shapes suggest the defiance of gravity and wonder of flight, signaling to passing motorists and pedestrians alike that the journey has just begun.
The Arrival Coda is the baggage claim, where the looped percussion of conveyor belts are a welcome song for Chicago’s visitors and those returning home.
The Arrival Interlude is the Federal Inspection Services.
This project consists of two repeating stanzas, Arrival and Departure, and each has its own intro, interlude, and coda. The composition also includes a couple of solos. The Arrival Intro is the concourse, where the song of destination begins.
The rhythm of transition is the beat that inspired renovations of Chicago’s Midway International Airport. The remix of Chicago’s second-largest airport, located in the Garfield Ridge community, was mastered by JAQ between 1999 and 2003, which served the role of … Continue reading
The face is on.
The face is off.