TRAILS/OLION, an exhibition from Hannah M Morris and Owain Griffiths will open at Cardigan’s Oriel Mwldan in Theatr Mwldan on Saturday, June 24 (4pm) with a live performance from the fabulous HMS Morris. Entrance is free.

Following a tour of Youth Hostels in England and Wales, Morris and Griffiths will be showing work they have created in response to the trip.

Exploring ideas of travel and leisure, looking in particular at the way in which we humans respond and interact with landscapes, the exhibition will show works across a broad range of mediums.

Morris’ responses will include prints, wall drawings and olfactory effects, Griffiths’ work combines audio and video works.

Whether you are local to the area or visiting, this promises to be a charming and evocative reflection of British holiday-making.

Pulsing and brooding, HMS Morris’ cinematic electro pop is devilishly and deliciously unhinged. For those who like Bjork levels of quirkiness, Melody’s Echo Chamber-like dreamscapes and a woman who rivals Kate Bush for mascara-smeared caterwauling, then anchor this ship of cool to your heart.

The exhibition at Oriel Mwldan runs until August 6. Admission to the gallery is free and the gallery is open every day: Mon 5pm-8pm (or 10am–8pm during the school holidays), Tues-Sat 10am-8pm, Sun noon-8pm.