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Innocence of the Apocalypse: an immersive installation at the Melbourne Fringe Festival

The Melbourne Fringe Festival has fully wrapped and I have a favourite: Innocence of the Apocalypse was an immersive art installation by projection artist Yandell Walton and street artist I & The Others (Kirrily Anderson).

It was supported by the City of Yarra, incorporating projection, illustration, performance and sound. The audience experienced a dark journey in which children dwell, shadows flicker, lights play tricks, and sounds echo.

I was blown away by the creativity I witnessed inside this old abandoned house in Collingwood. The entire concept was dark, distinctive, and amazingly inspiring.

Photography by Lauren Dunn.

vines growing on stairs
shadows of kids running
figure on door
girl illustration on door
kid reaching through railing
group looking at project
group looking at project
girl watching t.v
girl illustration on door
illustrations on side of building

About the author

Darwin is a Melbourne-based marketing and sales professional. He has a penchant for coffee, New York bagels, and zombies. His other interests include music, modern art, smart comedy and films.

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