- Caroline Kurze
The only way to watch a film at this unconventional cinema in Guimarães, Portugal, is by manoeuvring your upper body into one of 16 downward-pointing nozzles. The ‘Centipede Cinema’ was finished by Bartlett School of Architecture professor Colin Fournier, who teamed up with Polish artist Marysia Lewandowska and London studio NEON. While the upper body of the viewer is part of the cinematic experience, their legs are rooted in the outside world. Inside, viewers will be treated to an hour-long film made up of twenty three-minute trailers selected by local workers.