Commission for the National Eisteddfod, Anglesey 2017

‘Troelli’ was created to reflect upon the landscape of Anglesey, particularly its geology. Rocks were selected from a range of significant sites, including Pillow Lava from Llanddwyn, Coedana Granite, Blue Schist and Moelfre Limestone. 

Promoting art as an interdisciplinary and collaborative process, the aim was to further discussion about how we understand landscape today within the context of the Anthropocene. The garden, exhibition, and connected talks and performances inspired the Eisteddfod audience to reconsider their relationship with the ground beneath their feet. 

With the kind support of Arts Council of Wales, GeoMôn, Natural Resources Wales, Bangor University, Oriel Môn, Anglesey Masonry and Propagating Dan. And a special thanks to Robyn Tomos and Y Lle Celf.