Penelope Cain is an artist with a research science background, working interdisciplinary at the science-art interstitium, in an open-ended storytelling mode.
She is interested in landscape in its broadest definition; in particular the colonised, extracted and transformed landscapes of the Anthropocene and the manifest marks and residues of humans within and on the land.
Penelope has exhibited in curated exhibitions in London, Seoul, Shanghai, Taiwan and Sydney. She has been awarded residencies at the Cite International des Artes, Paris, The British School of Rome, Taipei Artist Studio. She was awarded the prestigious Fauvette Lauriero Art Scholarship (2018) and Glenfiddich Contemporary Art residency Scotland (2019). She lives and works between London and Sydney