Made predominantly from weather-worn plastics sourced from local beaches (Bondi Beach and Rose Bay Beach) my practice reflects the serious global issue of waste that our species generates daily.

Peachey and Mosig are a creative partnership who have ongoing interests including time, human / environment relationships and contradiction. The way they work through these interests often revolves around the process of field studies - returning to specific landscapes over time and the process of play - interaction with others and the environment with no particular outcome in mind. They use a variety of mediums including photography, video, sound, sculpture and found objects to work through these ideas.

They are currently artists in residence with Broken Hill Regional Gallery where they are working in the community to create a site specific video installation about the layering of time and landscape transformation.

Field Studies, Round Hill

Field Studies, Mundi Mundi Plains

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