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Figure 81 Eight Crosses for Eight Windows. 2008 Sean Loughrey. The installation uses the motif of heraldry (of family, club or clan) to mark the windows of the building on its public façade. Rembrandts façade. Burwood Highway, Knox Central, Wantirna South.

"Rembrandts: 9 installations was a project co-curated by Simon Whibley and Anthony McInneny, that invited nine architects and artists to respond to the faux baroque Rembrandt’s Entertainment Centre in the City of Knox. This was the last public use of the building prior to the sale of the site, and each installation responded in different ways to the use, memory and character of its spaces."

https://www.workshoparch.com.au/portfolio/rembrandts-9-installations/

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5b226a2d3e2d0959ae0b0ece/t/5ee41f070749264175c74ee5/1592008471511/Rembrandts_catalogue+final.pdf

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Eight Crosses, Eight Windows (Possible Things Project 3)
Front Facade & Bus Shelter, Burwood Hwy (outside Knox Shopping Centre)
Ripstop material, 2008