Scarlett Raven and Marc Marot have captured hearts around the world with their groundbreaking augmented reality project, The Danger Tree. The World War One series is closing its final chapter at the National Army Museum in London, where a selection of original artworks are on display. Don't miss your chance to experience the layers of digital animation, poetry and music beneath, with several of the works featuring narration by stars including Christopher Eccleston and Sean Bean.
With five dynamic galleries over four floors, the London-based museum houses thousands of objects from some of the greatest battles in history, along with soldiers' personal effects and objects which examine the Army's impact on society. These include uniforms, weaponry, diaries and photographs.
National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
Opening hours: 10am-5.30pm, last admission 5pm. Further details can be found here.
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