The driving concept behind BLACKBOX was to create a cinematic experience full of intrigue and curiosity in juxtaposition to its situated context through the reorientation of the human body in relation to film. The cinema was constructed using flat-pack technology, minimizing its transportation footprint and was assembled and disassembled four times for different sites over four days. A labyrinth like interior contrasts the simple exterior form, creating darkness without doors, and allows the visitor to discover the projection within. Using a series of mirrors to reflect the projection, the film is viewed by looking downwards to a tactile translucent screen. As others walk through the cinema, the projection is interrupted by the movement of users legs, which is translated onto the screen, merging ideas of the human body and the film. After this unique experience one exits on another side of the cinema and is reorientated to the surrounding context.