April 20, 2013 by beanerbar
Greg Kramer cut his musical teeth playing in the rock and experimental scenes, garnering favorable reviews from the likes of Metal Maniacs, Pitchfork.com and Signal to Noise with his band, Wetnurse. Decibel magazine gave Wetnurse’s self-titled album a 9 out of 10 and voted Wetnurse’s Invisible City album #8 out of their Top 40 Extreme Albums of ’08. More recently, he has developed an appreciation of sound in general, incorporating field recordings, found sounds, guitar and synthesizer into his solo work. He has exhibited drawings in a touring group show including work by David Byrne, Ozzy Osbourne, H.R. Giger, Richard Serra, Raymond Pettibon and R. Crumb, shown in New York, London, Austin, San Francisco and currently on view at Museo de la Ciudad de Mexico in Mexico City. Taking inspiration from his archaeological curiosity of abandoned places, he searches for ghosts among the ruins and seeks to unearth evidence of forgotten histories through sound. In creating images, he is drawn toward cryptic depictions, which suggest a story.
His work will be up through April. For more info you can check out his website https://gregorykramer.see.me