Cymraeg

If you’ve visited Tŷ Pawb recently you may have spotted this message at the entrance to our South Arcade.

The floor vinyls have been created by artist Alana Tyson.

Alana explains a little more about the project: “Look After Each Other was created in 2016 in response to the closing of Wales’ last nuclear power station, Wylfa, as part of the project Power in the Land (Pŵer yn y Tir). A rectangular vinyl floor sign; is placed at the threshold of an interior space so that one must walk over it, must engage with it, to enter.

“The purple colour and white lettering are utilitarian, intentionally basic and non-designed, recreating the sign at the entrance to the power station; I was struck by the poetry and humanity in such an unexpected location.

“This piece feels more relevant today than it ever has.” 

The project was made possible through funding from the Arts Council of Wales’s National Lottery Fund.

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