Simone Noronha - Artist Interview Series - Electric Objects

Simone Noronha

II from Simone Noronha's new Art Club collection, Sunday Morning

Sunday Morning tells a story of a young woman relaxing and tending to her garden on a sunny day, serving as a reminder for us to take the time to take it easy.”

— GG, Electric Objects
Can we see a picture of your workspace and/or desktop?
What do you watch/listen to while working?
What have you been working on lately?

Currently; an editorial illustration for Los Angeles Archivist Collective.

What work of yours are you most proud of?

Last year I was invited to participate in 10x16, a project run by Eric Mortensen and Richard Perez, to reinterpret my top 10 favorite albums of 2016. Limitations of this project were pretty interesting and I liked how this series turned.

What tools do you use in your work?
Any last advice for the folks just starting out?

Keep making things. Try to build a large body of work and get over the fact that you are not going to be good (whatever that means to you) at the beginning. You’ll end up finding your way through the work, so keep making it.

What sites do you visit for inspiration?

Lately I’ve largely been pulling inspiration from platforms like: Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr. They are great resources, and it’s been a pretty good way to discover new people.

Whose work do you follow?

Emmanuelle Walker, Braulio Amado, Benjy Brooke, Jun Cen, Cruschiform.

Thanks for the interview,