Nestled in my window seat on a flight from Chicago to Phoenix, I was entranced by the mysteries in space while pondering the questions of life. In the quietude of letting go and listening, the answers ironically appeared wherever I looked—as if the question had never existed. The plane ticket—the conversation of the three year old and his mother behind me—spoke to the secrets of the universe and playfulness of wonderment. Flight 1152 is a series of artist’s books exploring this expansive yet still and quiet space.