Ground breaking augmented reality art experience in Mann Island
Scarlett Raven and Marc Marot’s latest exhibition, The Danger Tree, commemorates the World War I’s most iconic poets using the latest technology in augmented reality to weave poetry, animation and music into traditional art. Each painting in this poignant exhibition tells an immersive story of the soldiers who fought and fell in the Great War between 1914 and 1918.
We are thrilled that Pier Head Village now includes this modern visual experience produced by Firebrand, the team who built the Harry Potter Experience.
As you enter the gallery, headphones and smart-enabled devices use Blippar, a world leader in the field of augmented art, to bring the exhibition to life. Simply hover the device in front of a piece of art and you will unlock the hidden interactive story inspired by the original artwork.
The Danger Tree exhibition is located in Unit 3 at Mann Island, not far away from the Liverpool Art Fair. This is not to be missed and you only have until 3 September! Open 11am – 6pm every day.