The Danger Tree art exhibition by Artist Scarlett Raven and digital Artist Marc Marot is a critically acclaimed, augmented reality exhibition that commemorates World War 1 through immersive stories of soldiers who fought and fell between 1914 and 1918. Conveyed with war poems by Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon and Rupert Brooke and performed by Sean Bean, Stephen Graham, Christopher Eccleston, and Gemma Arterton to name but a few.
This exhibition has travelled nationally and has been to London, Belfast Titanic Museum, Stockton, Liverpool and Manchester. This is the first time it has been to Essex and it is exhibited over three floors of the 15th century Moot Hall Maldon.
The exhibition is on from October 27th till November 18th every day 10am to 4pm in commemoration of the end WW1.
Admission is free (closed Mondays)
In addition there are 12 portrait art pieces which are also augmented at the Maeldune heritage Centre.