An iconic feminist musician, producer, director and performance artist, Peaches has spent more than two decades pushing boundaries and breaking through barriers. Through music, art, film theater, television and books, she has upended stereotypes and embraced taboos, challenging social norms and patriarchal power structures.
She first catapulted to international stardom with her 2000 debut, "The Teaches of Peaches", an album which upended stereotypes and embraced taboos as it introduced the world to Peaches’ raunchily explosive persona. In addition to collaborating with everyone from Iggy Pop and Daft Punk to The Flaming Lips, P!nk, and Yoko Ono her music has been honored with the prestigious Polaris Heritage Prize. In addition, Peaches has been featured in cultural watermarks like Lost In Translation, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Broad City.
This summer Peaches' first institutional solo art exhibition will premiere at the Kunstverein in Hamburg entitled "Whose Jizz Is This". Additionally, at the Kampnagel Summer Festival, Peaches' futuristic stage happening There’s "Only One Peach With The Hole In The Middle" will also celebrate its world premiere.