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Museum & Heritage | Education
Connecting a 100-year-old conflict to a modern audience.
Partners: Fraser Randall | ISO Design | Casson Mann | Squint / Opera
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To evoke visceral experiences that would connect younger generations with the horrors of the First World War.
To showcase the conflict of the First World War through the eyes of those who lived and died during this period; engaging the attention of a younger audience, connecting contemporary visitors to a 100-year-old story.
Mapped projection onto floor mounted mannequins shaped liked advancing soldiers.
Complete immersion with Casson Mann and the Imperial War Museum, who were tasked with processing the extensive collection of WW1 artefacts, resulted in artistic commissioning that complemented the successful balance between objects, text and audiovisual materials.
Working closely with the museum curators ensured an understanding of the importance and significance of the harrowing story of WWI.
Technological solutions were subtly utilised to enhance the power of the narrative, connecting visitors of all ages to the sensitivity and sheer scale of the war.