The Danger Tree, a ground-breaking visual arts exhibition marking 100 years since the end of WWI, opens at Titanic Belfast this August
Titanic Belfast will mark a new artistic milestone this summer when it hosts The Danger Tree, a major exhibition commemorating World War I.
Comprising a collection of original paintings and limited-edition prints, the free exhibition uses augmented reality (AR) software to bring each piece alive through poetry, animation and music.
Visitors to the month-long exhibition starting August 2 will be invited to watch as the paintings are transformed into an immersive 3D experience, using hand-held devices and earphones, with each telling the compelling story of a different soldier who fought and fell in the Great War from 1914 to 1918.
Created by award-winning artists Scarlett Raven and Marc Marot, The Danger Tree is a first for Ireland and follows critically-acclaimed showcases in London, Manchester and Liverpool.
The world class exhibition will be hosted in Titanic Belfast’s stunning Andrews Gallery. It has been brought to life by award-winning film set designer Kave Quinn and will provide visitors with a unique experience designed to engage and enthral.