Peachey & Mosig live and work in the Blue Mountains, Australia, regularly in collaboration with their two young children. Their practice focuses on human / environment relationships from a range of perspectives. They have an ongoing interest in the way people move through landscapes and the way these challenges are navigated both individually and in groups.
They often consider the idea of geological time and how to explore solitary expressions of humanness in the context of time scales that are hard to comprehend. This has lead to a fascination in the way humans project emotions and ideas onto particular landscapes and non-human entities.
They use a variety of mediums including photography, video, sound, sculpture and found objects. They travel regularly to different environments and use play and field studies as creative research tools to work through particular ideas.