8 stones were taken from the stream that runs through Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog in Wales and transported to various sites in the North West Highlands of Scotland. Each was wrapped as a ‘gift’ to its new location, labelled with the grid reference from Llanarmon DC (SJ157328), placed and photographed. In turn, 8 stones were collected from these sites and returned to the village, labelled with the grid reference of their origin and sited in discrete parts of the village. You can discover more about where the Llanarmon DC stones are now by visiting
http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/oswebsite/getamap/ and typing in the grid reference.

Equilibrium consists of two parts, the stones that you may find during your travels around the village and the photographs taken in Scotland. Both aspects invite travel and discovery in different ways. It is hoped that the two parts of the work will form a dialogue that speaks of the relationship between real and imagined places, and the connections and differences between where we are, and where we could be.

Equilibrium was a collaboration between Tracy Piper-Wright and Fin Wright. It was devised for and shown at Inside Out, a site-specific art exhibition held at Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog from 10th - 24th May 2008. Full size images from both sites can be viewed here.



3rd April 2008
Loch Arkaig
Grid reference: NN148893

3rd April 2008
Eas Chia-Aig Waterfall
Grid reference: NN176888

3rd April 2008
Allt Coire Eoghainn, Glen Nevis
Grid reference: NN166691

5th April 2008
Inverscaddle Bay
Grid reference: NN029683

4th April 2008
Corran Point
Grid reference: NN017634

4th April 2008
Sanna Bay, Ardnamurchan
Grid reference: NM442695

5th April 2008
Sgurr Finnisg-aig, Aonoch Mor
Grid reference: NN190761

6th April 2008
Camas Rubha a’ Mhurain, Arisaig
Grid reference: NM654904