Profile – Jess De Wahls

Can you tell us a bit about your new exhibition, Big Swinging Ovaries, and where the inspiration came from? The original Big Swinging Ovaries title, came from my inaugural exhibition I crowdfunded and curated in London in 2014. At thatRead more…

Baba’s coffee grounds

We walked to Preston Market together. Grandmother’s fingertips were scarlet from dying Easter eggs but it just added to her mystique. I spent my school holidays with her while my parents worked. Most other kids got to go and loiterRead more…

The breath

The sea was green that day with flecks of foam upon its breath. Inhaling, peaks of translucent aqua formed, as if invisible lungs had filled beneath the waves. On the exhale the glassy waters flattened, spreading the white flecks soRead more…