Seismic Vibrations: Penny Carey-Wells and Diane Perndt
Within Seismic Vibrations, Diane Perndt has researched animism within the sculptural form found in early cultures. She’s fascinated with Japanese temple dragons, European medieval gargoyles, and bestiary. Her work is large-scale charcoal and graphite drawings on paper, and small clay figurines. Penny Carey-Wells’ drawings wrestle with temporal schisms, geomorphic landscape, recycled cartography and the acuteness of place. The works are graphite, pen and pencil on a range of handmade papers, and on printed maps.