Biog

Jennie Savage is an artist / curator who seeks to transform people’s perception of place through the creation of mediated experiences. Working with a site, she explores the dialogues between public spaces, constructed landscapes and the human story. Locating individual experience and perception at the centre of the work, she seeks to draw out and make connections between interior and exterior landscapes.

Her projects take many forms and sit at the edges of fine art and architectural practices. Works have included museum interventions, a radio station, broadcast events, a bus tour, audio walks, a cinema for the sea, online projects, maps, pamphlets, publications and artist films made for site specific exhibition.

She exhibits nationally and internationally and works extensively across the UK. She has undertaken funded projects across Europe and in Canada, Australia, Mexico, Delhi and Morocco.

 

Exhibitions and projects include:

  • Sounding City for the Architecture Centre, Bristol
  • Intermission at the Lisbon Architecture Triennale
  • Fables From A New World for the National Museum Wales & Oriel Davies Gallery
  • Out in the World, Meduse Quebec City
  • Guide By A Stranger, Identitades, Morelia, Mexico.
  • Common-Wealth Museum for the Common Wealth Games, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Guide To Getting Lost for Pnem Sound Festival, Netherlands, Cube, Manchester, Scan, Bournemouth, Futuresonic, Manchester.

Publications include:

  • Nutopia Envisioning Future Cities, co ed Malcolm Miles (2011)
  • Concrete A Users Guide (2009)
  • Depending On Time (2009)
  • STAR: A Psychotopography Of Place (2006)

Jennie currently works as an associate lecturer on the BA Fine Art and Graduate Diploma at Chelsea College of Arts (UAL)