For over a decade artist and curator Ramses has brought to the city of Los Angeles a series of provocative exhibits including the 2009 exhibit of the late artist/musician Natty Brooker (Spacemen 3) as well as Peter Saville's "Use Hearing Protection" (Factory Records, The City of Manchester, UK)). "My Own Worst Enemy" - the art of Will Sergeant (Echo & the Bunnymen) in 2012, also Daniel Ash's "Freedom Ain't Cheap" (Bauhaus, Tones on Tail, Love and Rockets) and more recently featuring the photographic works of the late great John Denver in 2014 among other great artists.
In addition to the intriguing exhibition history, Substrate Gallery owner Ramses is also a musician, member of the LA experimental band, THE MEEK as well as contemporary artist and painter whose collectors include Bill Gates, actress Heather Graham and musician Courtney Taylor-Taylor, among many others.
"To call Substrate "cutting edge" is an understatement; it's more of a space to engage the eyes and ears, and what better way to experience the best of both worlds." - GIna Higgins from - american-noir.blogspot.com
I Love You - Audio Waveform Art Print by Ramses | FREE SHIPPING IN THE USA ALL MONTH
"I Love You" is among the most commonly used expressions in any language, simple yet one of great meaning and consequence. Ramses' I Love You (2011) is a waveform of that very sentiment, recorded from the artist's voice at 528 Hz, rendered in static then printed in silver metallic ink on paper. A new emphasis emerges when one is able to see "I Love You" at work, revealing that a voice expression, can be experienced more than one way. "I Love You" print measures 12X16 inches, silver metallic ink on 100lb. gloss paper and shipped in a tube.