An iconic feminist musician, producer, director, and performance artist, Peaches has spent more than two decades pushing boundaries and breaking barriers, dramatically altering the landscape of popular culture as she forged a bold, sexually progressive path that’s opened the doors for countless others to follow. Through music, art, film, theater, television, and books, she has upended stereotypes and embraced taboos, challenging social norms and patriarchal power structures while championing LGBTQIA+ rights and issues of gender and sexual identity with biting wit and fearless originality.
Following her groundbreaking albums, musical productions and live performances, in 2018 Peaches launched STAGES shown at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein in Berlin, an ambitious installation performance included 20 performers and explored how her work and its relevance can be expressed when no music is present and without Peaches as the focal point. In 2019, Peaches debuted her first art exhibition Whose Jizz Is This? at Kunstverein in Hamburg. Like all of her creations, the exhibition took a bold and unexpected approach to the topics of sex, feminism, queerness, gender, and new millennium politics.
As of October 2021