Terminal Zero One is curated by David Jhave Johnston and Michael Alstad of the Year Zero One Collective.

Year Zero One is a media arts collective committed to the production, development and distribution of electronic media art through net based projects and site-specific public art exhibitions.

Year Zero One gratefully acknowledged the support of the following organisations for their generous support of T01.

Digital Art Exhibition at Toronto Pearson International Airport
Terminal 1 – Level 3 Terrace, Departures Level
July 1, 2007 – May 5, 2008

Terminal Zero One (T01) is a site-specific digital art exhibition of five projects exploring themes of contemporary air travel and the architecture of airports. Airports are networks, information is increasingly networked, the T01 exhibit examines people as data, motion as trajectories and the symbiosis of virtual and actual.

The public is invited to experience the projects via touch sensitive screens, SMS text messaging, a webcam and as a controlled 3D avatar navigating through a simulated terminal. Track real-time flight activity originating from Pearson International Airport through a live data stream. Reinterpret the familiar by manipulating universal airport symbols and flight information screens. Engage in dialogue about controversial issues of international security and human rights. T01 is a portal into digital artworks that reflect the technology, movement and connectivity of the contemporary international airport - a transitory space where notions of borders, time and place are temporarily suspended.

The T01 kiosk, designed by Toronto based W I D E Studio, is located across from the Ingo Maurer water sculpture on level 3 departures pre-security at Terminal 1.

The T01 website can be accessed for free through Toronto Pearson International Airport's wireless portal page courtesy of Boingo Wireless.

T01 video documentation

Flights of fancy digital art National Post
Airport Art The Toronto Star
Terminally bored? You won't be, with digital art Globe and Mail
Des créations interactives dans la nouvelle aérogare. Le Devoir
Terminal Zero One Touches Down at Pearson BlogTO
Airport Terminal Infographics Information Aesthetics.
Digital art invites visitors to interact USA Today