Geneva Jacuzzi is well known for her uncompromisingly obtuse synth-driven pop and one-of-a-kind performance art that is comprised of one time only spectacles and installations. Her works have been presented in famous art institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art, MOCA, The Broad Museum, Vooruit, Kampnagel, and numerous other venues across the globe. She has developed a very focused cult following in the art AND music scenes. She was originally well known for her multitude of self-released home recordings but also released a full length Lamaze in 2010 to much acclaim. Her most recent album Technophelia (Medical Records) is the culmination of a hybrid of DIY and professional studio recordings. Her lyrics describe blood thrown onto fire, clown-like machines in search of sadness, and the raging monologues of elemental beings, while her videos and live performances depict the shattering of self into a variety of personas, all played by Jacuzzi.