“What you think is the point is not the point at all
but only the beginning of the sharpness.” 
― Flann O'Brien, The Third Policeman

There is a point where something curious, something beautiful, something enigmatic becomes visible and then invisible. My task is to halt the process before the invisibility.



Peter Savage received a BA 1st Class from Chelsea School of Art and an MA from the Royal College of Art, London. He began working with sound, photography and video in the late 1970s. During the 1980s his work was shown throughout the UK, in the United States, Europe and Australia. His pioneering 1986 scratch video work was shown on Channel Four Television (UK), at various film festivals and in galleries and on public television in the USA.

In 1988 created a permanent exhibit for the Museum of the Moving Image, London. He has also directed documentaries for UK television. He works across all forms of digital media; to date he has released 17 experimental music CDs, he has created video installations and films and began experimenting with digital prints in 2010. Some of the themes in his work concern time and perception, evolution through interaction and permutation, colour, pattern, balance and the possibility of infinite extension.