The Big Picture was a series of large-scale public video installations designed to combine familiar themes of remembrance with contemporary techniques such as info-graphics and data-visualisation.
The projection ran for four years and across several European countries.
Video graphics and animations were projected onto iconic buildings across Europe. The sheer scale of these immersive projections were designed to effectively communicate with a modern, data savvy audience.
Raw statistics and educational graphics were animated and displayed alongside more familiar wartime motifs.
Audiences were provided with a unique opportunity to engage, learn and form their own, considered, opinions.