Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan moved to Brisbane from the Philippines. Much of their work concerns migration. Their window project Flight features a small house-shaped stack of domestic possessions, suggesting of the content of a suitcase. Alongside it are model aeroplanes made during art workshops when the Aquilizans conducted with adults and children at Queensland Art Gallery. Made using classic art-room materials (cardboard, popsicle sticks, plastic containers, wire, and wool), the models are crude but inventive. Each has its own personality. Some are simple, others complex; some sleek, others squat; some rigid, others floppy; but all are rather unaerodynamic. The collection is a study in morphology: some would not be recognised as aeroplanes were it not for the company they keep. Hung massed like ex-votos or fetishes, and recalling the aeroplane made by Mondo Cane cargo-cultists, the models suggest a collective fantasy of flight. The Aquilizans are also currently showing in the Singapore Biennale.