All palaces are temporary palaces, by Robert Montgomery


Artist and poet Robert Montgomery has created a 10ft tall typographic sculpture, which has taken different forms in different European cities before arriving in Cardiff.

The piece is a comment on European migration and the same message has already been ablaze in Paris and laid at the bottom of a swimming pool in Berlin.

The new sculpture in Cardiff has been unveiled on top of the Wood Street Carpark in Cardiff Central Station.

Montgomery wants it to spark conversations around ownership, nationalism, the impermanence of power and possession and European governments.