Peaches' Debut Art Exhibition 'Whose Jizz Is This?' Opens This Weekend

The show "combines live performance, musical intervention, visual art and historical reflection"
Peaches' Debut Art Exhibition 'Whose Jizz Is This?' Opens This Weekend
Twenty years on from making her stage debut, Peaches' first-ever solo art exhibition is set to open in Germany this weekend.

Initially announced in May, the exhibition is titled Whose Jizz Is This?, and will run in Hamburg at Kunstverein from August 10 to October 20. International exhibition dates have yet to be announced.

The exhibition is said to use Peaches' music and live performances as "the starting point to present sculptural, photographic, film and text works" that take "a bold and unexpected approach to the topics of sex, feminism, queerness, gender, and new millennium politics."

"At the heart of this presentation are the 'Fleshies,' who have renamed themselves as such to rewrite their narrative," an abstract for the show reads. "The double masturbator, silicone sex aid, reduces the body to holes in a passive state. Rejecting this, the Fleshies discard words like sex toys and Masturbators to break away from humans and human interactions in a quest to find sexual equality amongst themselves. As they work to become a satisfied, self sufficient community, Fleshies decentralise a destructive and narcissistic human world and start a revolution."

Alongside the exhibition, Peaches has announced a stage show titled There's Only One Peach With the Hole In the Middle, which is set to run at Kampnagel in Hamburg from August 15-17.

Her "vision of the past, present and future of queerfeminism" will feature nearly 40 musicians and performers onstage, including Hyenaz, aerial performer Empress Stah and more.

Peaches' most recent album was 2015's Rub.