Waiting in an airport, without any information of where you come from
and where you’re going. It can be as physical as virtual, just about the symbolic of a threshold where you’re staying without uncover any reasons. In this case, the airport lives in a picture, among a large choice of others in a common search engine.

"Meanwhile at the Airport" reflects on the liminality of being "every-where" and "no-where", a concept central to her practice, evocative of the unsettlement, instability and suspension during pandemic times. Maeline, a French artist who lives in between France and Shangai

recounts the essential (un)presence of airports in her experience and the limitations of traveling and waiting during the pandemic, which poses a challenge to immigrants, international students and expatriates.

Maeline Li 

Meanwhile at the Airport

2019