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Artist turns abandoned house into installation called Empire(1/4)

2019-04-11 09:48:35 Ecns.cn Editor :Li Yan
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Celebrated Melbourne street artist Tyrone Wright has taken over Burnham Beeches, vacant for nearly 30 years in the Dandenong Ranges, transforming it into an immersive, overwhelming ode to an abandoned past. Tyrone named the huge new installation Empire. Completed in 1933, Burnham Beeches is the work of Australian architect Harry Norris. (Photo/IC)

Celebrated Melbourne street artist Tyrone Wright has taken over Burnham Beeches, vacant for nearly 30 years in the Dandenong Ranges, transforming it into an immersive, overwhelming ode to an abandoned past. Tyrone named the huge new installation Empire. Completed in 1933, Burnham Beeches is the work of Australian architect Harry Norris. (Photo/IC)

Celebrated Melbourne street artist Tyrone Wright has taken over Burnham Beeches, vacant for nearly 30 years in the Dandenong Ranges, transforming it into an immersive, overwhelming ode to an abandoned past. Tyrone named the huge new installation Empire. Completed in 1933, Burnham Beeches is the work of Australian architect Harry Norris. (Photo/IC)

Celebrated Melbourne street artist Tyrone Wright has taken over Burnham Beeches, vacant for nearly 30 years in the Dandenong Ranges, transforming it into an immersive, overwhelming ode to an abandoned past. Tyrone named the huge new installation Empire. Completed in 1933, Burnham Beeches is the work of Australian architect Harry Norris. (Photo/IC)

Celebrated Melbourne street artist Tyrone Wright has taken over Burnham Beeches, vacant for nearly 30 years in the Dandenong Ranges, transforming it into an immersive, overwhelming ode to an abandoned past. Tyrone named the huge new installation Empire. Completed in 1933, Burnham Beeches is the work of Australian architect Harry Norris. (Photo/IC)

Celebrated Melbourne street artist Tyrone Wright has taken over Burnham Beeches, vacant for nearly 30 years in the Dandenong Ranges, transforming it into an immersive, overwhelming ode to an abandoned past. Tyrone named the huge new installation Empire. Completed in 1933, Burnham Beeches is the work of Australian architect Harry Norris. (Photo/IC)

Celebrated Melbourne street artist Tyrone Wright has taken over Burnham Beeches, vacant for nearly 30 years in the Dandenong Ranges, transforming it into an immersive, overwhelming ode to an abandoned past. Tyrone named the huge new installation Empire. Completed in 1933, Burnham Beeches is the work of Australian architect Harry Norris. (Photo/IC)

Celebrated Melbourne street artist Tyrone Wright has taken over Burnham Beeches, vacant for nearly 30 years in the Dandenong Ranges, transforming it into an immersive, overwhelming ode to an abandoned past. Tyrone named the huge new installation Empire. Completed in 1933, Burnham Beeches is the work of Australian architect Harry Norris. (Photo/IC)

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