Cinema has never been just a building. The author and the University of Stirling lecturer, Maria Velez Selena has spent last few years visiting travelling and pop-up cinemas based in community halls, a yurt and even a canal boat, and researching their impact on people and communities. Her reflections will be published this year by Amsterdam University Press, in a book entitled 'A Screen Less Ordinary'. During the event she will talk about weird and wonderful places where films can be shown.
Marta Adamowicz is a Polish artist living and working in Anderston. She has been commissioned by Maria to create illustrations for the book in her signature, rough linocut style.
The exhibition will accompany Cinemor77 - the yurt cinema screenings in The Pyramid at Anderston every Saturday until the end of January.
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