Like the traveling lines of musical notation, the flight path moves people. Through the Performing Arts Residency, artist Margaret Noble will present a series of audio visual works designed to ignite, delight, and reframe the airport experience. Inspired by Brian Eno’s seminal work Music for Airports and the historical art traditions of visual music and graphical notation, [Sky][Muse] is a collection of animated graphics accessible through personal devices. For passengers preparing to move through portals, time zones, and geographies these short, digital works will enhance their travel by elevating their sensory experiences of color, light, and sound. From August to December 2020, these thematic sensory programs will be available to airport audiences for personal engagement and public conversation. Themes of transformation, destination, and process are presented through the juxtaposition of being exactly somewhere and yet nowhere. Not limited to the experience of air travel, these works are available for anyone in waiting or on a journey.