SUNDAY SPOT: Jessica Jordan-Wrench
20 & 27 Jan, 3 & 10 Feb, 2-4pm

Jessica Jordan Wrench install view

Jessica Jordan-Wrench, I told you there was something in the air, 2017. Installation view: Bloomberg New Contemporaries, South London Gallery, 2018. Photo: Andy Stagg.

Artist Jessica Jordan-Wrench invites children and families to play with poetry; from simple sound poems, to words pulled from a hat, to texts cut up and collaged. We’ll be projecting onto walls, recording onto Dictaphones and performing over megaphones. With no writing necessary, this workshop is open to anyone with something to say.

Sunday Spot is an ongoing series of free, drop-in family activities which takes place every Sunday from 2-4pm, suitable for children aged 3-12 years. All sessions are inclusive, for more information on access to the gallery please read here.

BIOGRAPHY

Jessica Jordan-Wrench is a multidisciplinary artist, working across installation, performance, writing, sound and video. She is drawn to immediacy, inviting an active audience is at the core of her practice. Alongside her solo work, Jessica often makes noisy theatre, live and installation art in collaboration with Eoin Furbank, under the name Dot Dash. Jessica is a recent graduate of Open School East and is exhibiting work in Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2018 at the South London Gallery.