Launch 6pm Thu 23 August
At The Library Project, 4 Temple Bar Street, Dublin 2
A personal response to the current atmosphere of uncertainty, White Horses is a meditation on an anxious society struggling to come to terms with the rapid changes that are reshaping our world. Increasingly, our society has become ever more disconnected from reality and fearful about what is to come. Roaming the in-between spaces of Dublin’s commuter-belt, using expired 35mm film, the dreamlike state evoked by these images reflects a world where all that is solid melts into air. Located between small towns and the city, White Horsesportrays an apprehensive landscape, where the fading memories of a romanticised past intersect with an uncertain future.
Johnny Savage studied Documentary Photography at University Wales Newport, graduating in 2004 with a BA (hons) Degree. In 2014 Savage completed the MFA in Fine Art Photography at University of Ulster and subsequently had his first book; Fallout published by independent publisher, The Velvet Cell. Johnny Savage lives in North Co. Kildare, Ireland and lectures on photography at Griffith College, Dublin.