Jean Michel Jarre


Savage was the recipient of the 2011 Rootstein Hopkins award, offering a promising Bristol-based artist his or her first major solo exhibition. The artist's work engages with the culture of consumerism, apparently affirming and even celebrating it, yet with such a degree of futility and emptiness that it is ultimately negated.

Produced following the exhibition Savage Presents Jean Michel Jarre (22 October to 27 November 2011), this monograph includes a foreword by Spike Island director Helen Legg; The Fantastic Form of Relation Between Things, an essay by author and political activist Stephen Duncombe; and Music for Supermarkets, a conversation between Savage and Nav Haq.

The texts are accompanied by fourteen pages of full-colour photographs from the Spike Island installation.

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Publisher: Spike Island
Year: 2012
ISBN: 978-0-9560856-8-9
Number of Pages: 45
Design: City Edition Studio.

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