Narrated by Tante Mordkhe, creators Jess Goldman and Hannah Lewis take you through the story of Purim, under a feminist lens.
Artwork for header courtesy of Jess Goldman and Hannah Lewis.
Jess Goldman is a queer, Jewish white settler writer based in Tiohtià:ke (Montreal). Her writing has been published in the CBC, Room Magazine, and Plasma Dolphin. She is the recipient of the Research and Creation Grant from the Canada Council of the Arts, which she was awarded to expand SCHMUTZ, her collection of queered Yiddish folklore, into a book-length manuscript.
Detroit-based artist and printmaker, Hannah Lewis, compels her audience to join her in wrestling with questions of place, identity, and ethics. Lewis’s mischievous performances and prophetic relief prints are informed by her cultural inheritance of traditional wisdom, ritual, and grief, and showcase her perspectives on our current societal structures and institutions.