Moved by Conflict explored the physical, personal and social changes caused by the War. Three digital experiences brought the cost of the War more vividly to life:
At the entrance to the exhibition ‘White City’ were two bespoke videos showing Melly Still’s WW1 characters in 1914, as yet unaffected by the war.
An interactive bureau used RFIDs and a Raspberry Pi to allow visitors to browse through letters sent home from the front. If the visitor placed a letter in the middle of the bureau, a phone rang and the letter was read to the visitor.
Public Remembrance directly related viewers to the human cost of war. The viewer typed their surname on a touchscreen, which triggered a realtime animation showing the number of people who died as a result of WW1, how many died with the visitor's surname and how many of those came from Bristol. The animation is reverential and sensitive, invoking a sense of loss.