In 1903 the Wright brothers did the impossible; they flew. Not only that, but they did it with some wood wrapped in fabric and a 12 horsepower gasoline engine. I’m fondly reminded of their crude efforts
Dóra Maurer This Hungarian artist mixes formal beauty with dissident chaos in an impressive range of works from rigorous film and photography to joyfully liberated paintings. • Tate Modern, London, until
Slow, drawn-out “air cruises”, 3D-printed plane food and drinking water drawn from the clouds at 35,000 feet are among the predictions made by British Airways in a new report into the flights of the future.