Peter Conheim (born 1968) is a multimedia artist who performs and records under the name The Jet Black Hair People . He is also the co-founder of Wet Gate , which uses only "found footage" and 16mm film projectors to create a live cinema collage performance, sampling the sound from the film tracks in real time, as well as Mono Pause , a long-running “Situationist rock” performing group (and its Southeast Asian music spin-off, Neung Phak  ).
Additionally, he is a long-time member of the long-running "culture jamming" performance and recording group, Negativland , based in the San Francisco Bay Area. The group's adventures with copyright are legendary, most notably a fight with U2's music publishers in 1992. Since 1999, he has been bass-playing sideman for singer Malcolm Mooney  from the Germany-based music legends, Can, in Malcolm Mooney and the Tenth Planet.
Conheim's additional credits include engineering, mastering or participating in other recordings, among which are:
- Crack: We Are Rock
- Ron Anderson and Ruins
- Fred Frith/Chris Cutler/Thomas Dimuzio
- Nihilist Spasm Band
- Sublime Frequencies releases
- Sun City Girls
- The Molecules
As a film and video curator, he co-owned a single-screen cinema from 2004–2009 and continues to present shows in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, as well as engaging in or assisting various film preservation endeavors. He co-created the clip-based documentary, VALUE-ADDED CINEMA (2003)  , and directed a short video observing Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin at work, BRAND IMPRESSIONS (2005) .