This triptych depicts the city of Gloucester in Roman, Medieval and Victorian times; the layouts for the streets were created using historic maps and archaeological evidence.
Interactive elements were created to accompany each panel in the exhibit; each describing the changing lifestyles of children in the city throughout history. 
These reconstructions of a Victorian match factory worker were created from a 3D scan individual's skull. The subject in question suffered from 'phossy jaw', brought on by prolonged exposure to the white phosphorous used to dip the matches. The light and dark versions of the image illustrate the pervasive coating of harmful chemicals in the working environment.
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