Flightpath is a 160-metre sound and light installation.

Arriving passengers are tracked as they move through the corridor, and are rewarded with vibrant light patterns of red LED light.

Interstitial Corridor by Electroland

  • Collection Signature Collection
  • Location of Work Interstitial Corridor
  • Creation Date 2012
  • Installation Date 2012
  • Medium Digital


Electroland LLC was founded in 2001 by Principal Cameron McNall and Partner Damon Seeley. The work of Electroland has received wide notice for its conceptual strength and originality, and has been featured at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum Triennial in New York.

Principal Cameron McNall is an architect. He has lived in multiple countries and was educated at UCLA and Harvard. His many awards across disciplines include the Rome Prize in Architecture, the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Sculpture, and the Siggraph Theater for digital animation.

Damon Seeley is designer and technologist who co-founded Electroland. In 2014 Damon left Electroland to join Google in Mountain View to do some more awesome work.

Hometown: Los Angeles