Since the summer of 2014 visual artist Matt Wright has been travelling across the country capturing 360° viewpoints of Wales’ unique and varied historical landscapes.

From these high-resolution images, the artist has created a number of spherical photographic sculptures that are subsequently installed back at their exact point of capture within the environments they document.

The spheres, and the story of how they were created, are now an exhibition open until the 23rd August at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay. The work on display documents the first eight photospherical installations to have been undertaken and include locations such as Tintern Abbey & Valle Crucis Abbey, Blaenavon Ironworks & Porthgain Harbour, Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber & Din Lligwy Hut Group, Caernarfon Castle & Raglan Castle.

For more information regarding the project visit: www.relics360.com  and on Twitter @relics360

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