There’s something inexplicably powerful about Empire – an art installation project that has transformed the 1930s Dandenong Ranges mansion Burnham Beeches into a living, breathing arts organism of gigantic creative proportion. The project also combines an elaborate music soundtrack, lighting design and a series of botanical installations that aid in the delivery of a beautifully beastly work. Developed over a course of a year, the project features both ‘pretty’ and sombre images of female faces painted by Melbourne artist Tyrone ‘Rone’ Wright. These softly meld into the dilapidated state of the […]

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