Jane Harms hates the capitalist system. Jane Harms is surrounded by the countryside. Jane Harms would go back there tomorrow, but for the work she's taken on, stoking the starmaker machinery of popular song. Jane Harms believes ambivalently in sisterhood, slightly less ambivalently in the inevitability of communism and quite certainly in the craft of songwriting. Jane Harms is irredeemably marked by the decadent romance of gutter marginalia.

Jane Harms makes album art and posters and paintings and tattoos and little silly recordings which she hopes reflects the desire of people to inhabit their world as if might really be theirs one day. Jane Harms has a band, she has a Garden of Love.

Jane Harms has participated in a residency led by BUSH gallery at PlugIN ICA in Winnipeg/Treaty One, been included in a sound art compilation and performed for Access Gallery on Tsleil-Waututh, Musqueam and Squamish territory, performed at Videopool on Treaty One territory, and Slut Island festival and Suoni Per Il Popolo festival on Tio'tia:ke aka Montreal, and toured and sojourned extensively in sundry unmentionably diy environments.

Jane Harms is a visual artist and musician living in Montreal, known to the Haudenosaunee as Tio'Tia:ke.