Basswaves: B. Cute's Art of Sound

Hillcrest’s crown jewel, the http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2010/mar/24/heres-deal-ruby-room/">Ruby Room, is no stranger to bass.

Home to rumbles such as the monthly trans-genre EDM night http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2011/jan/19/blurt-ridda-tyler-rosier/">SD Union and the occasional installation of http://www.sandiegoreader.com/weblogs/jam-session/2012/aug/06/girl-unit-and-salva-uptown-ocean-beats/">Uptown Ocean Beats, the Ruby Room is one of San Diego’s top venues in underground electronic music.

So it only makes sense that Ruby co-owner Brittni Cute’s next art exhibit, Basswaves, is a study in how sound translates onto a visual medium.


From the press release:

“Basswaves focuses on bass in reference to its use in electronic music and as a singular component of music. From haunting to serene these abstract images cover a vast introspection of the subject at hand.”


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by Chad Deal

Basswaves premieres on Saturday, October 13 during Ray at Night at Red Crow Studio (3812-A Ray Street) from 6 to 10 p.m.

Take free Lefty’s Pizza in one hand, a cup of Lagunita’s craft IPA in the other, and browse visual waveforms to a compilation of the bass-oriented music that inspired the series.

Brittni Cute has been working as a professional fine art photographer for the past decade. Her work has been shown in galleries in New York, Los Angeles, London, Milan and her current home base of San Diego.

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