TEACHES OF PEACHES - Artist Interview Series - Electric Objects


Syndey, AU
EUROPA from TEACHES OF PEACHES's new Art Club collection, Art = Science

Art = Science is a series inspired by space-travel and weightlessness. ”

— GG, Electric Objects
Can we see a picture of your workspace and/or desktop?
Where are you typing this from?

I’m obsessed with space documentaries

What do you watch/listen to while working?

I usually listen to dancehall, techno or progressive house music.(Dubbel Dutch is my favourite tho)
I wish I could DJ whilst working, but apparently I don’t have 5 arms...

What have you been working on lately?

I’ve was working on a visual piece for an audio/visual exhibition in New York that launched late August, a set of stickers for a new app compatible with iMessage and I’m also working on a series of GIFs for Local Heroes.

What work of yours are you most proud of? What tools do you use in your work?

Probably an audio/visual exhibition I curated earlier this year called VORTEX POP.


My favorite tools are Photoshop, After Effects, Glitche app and my trusty ol’ iPhone.

Can you tell us about your process?

I usually start off in Photoshop and build my artwork slowly and gradually. Sometimes I’ll bring into After Effects or play with it on Glitche to create a new effect then probably upload to Instagram lol.

Any last advice for the folks just starting out?

People believe that talent is often the source behind good work. I actually just think if you work really hard and achieve your goals, you’ll become who you want to be.

Top Five Most Influential Visuals
Favorite file formats?

GIF for sure.

What are the best places to see your work?


What sites do you visit for inspiration?
Whose work do you follow?

SO MANY. If I had to choose 5 it would be:
Anny Wang @annyversary
Jennifer Mehigan @jennifermehigan
Sam Chirnside @samchirnside
Anna Kilpelainen @annukil
Chrissie Abbott @chrissieabbott

What are your favorite galleries, museums, exhibits, etc.?
Australia, you have to visit Goodspace Gallery, GoMA and the Museum of Contemporary art.
In NYC, I really like Handjob Gallery in Brooklyn and The Whitney.

Thanks for the interview,