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Punk and industrial culture in late '70s and early '80s San FranciscoSpanning music art and literature the industrial and punk scenes of San Francisco in the late 1970s and early 1980s were diverse but united by a DIY anti authoritarian attitude Photographer Ruby Ray was there to capture it all in the same spirit With her work appearing in the legendary punk zine SearchDestroy and its successor RESearch Ray was at the epicenter of and a key participant in a vital cultural moment vibrant with provocation and creativity A local experimental music and art scene supported artists like Bruce Conner William S Burroughs and Louise Nevelson and attracted groundbreaking bands like Devo the Mutants Boyd Rice and the Dead Kennedys as well as established international bands like Throbbing Gristle the Clash and the Sex Pistols in fact Ray was there to shoot their famous final concert at the Winterland Ballroom Ruby Ray Kalifornia Kool collects the photographer's images from this time live shots backstage parties apartments overflowing with youthful exuberance elegant portraits of key people and photographic experiments Her work captures a time and a place where West Coast open mindedness youth art music and electricity merged As Carl Abrahamsson puts it in his introduction to this volume Ruby's images open up a portal to a mythic and frenzied scene and show that it's true all mythologies are real Ruby Ray born 1952 is an American photographer well known for her photography of the early punk post punk and industrial movements in California in the late 1970s and early 1980s She began her photography career in 1977 when her photographs began appearing in SearchDestroyPunk and industrial culture in late '70s and early '80s San FranciscoSpanning music art and literature the industrial and punk scenes of San Francisco in the late 1970s and early 1980s were diverse but united by a DIY anti authoritarian attitude Photographer Ruby Ray was there to capture it all in the same spirit With her work appearing in the legendary punk zine SearchDestroy and its successor RESearch Ray was at the epicenter of and a key participant in a vital cultural moment vibrant with provocation and creativity A local experimental music and art scene supported artists like Bruce Conner William S Burroughs and Louise Nevelson and attracted groundbreaking bands like Devo the Mutants Boyd Rice and the Dead Kennedys as well as established international bands like Throbbing Gristle the Clash and the Sex Pistols in fact Ray was there to shoot their famous final concert at the Winterland Ballroom Ruby Ray Kalifornia Kool collects the photographer's images from this time live shots backstage parties apartments overflowing with youthful exuberance elegant portraits of key people and photographic experiments Her work captures a time and a place where West Coast open mindedness youth art music and electricity merged As Carl Abrahamsson puts it in his introduction to this volume Ruby's images open up a portal to a mythic and frenzied scene and show that it's true all mythologies are real Ruby Ray born 1952 is an American photographer well known for her photography of the early punk post punk and industrial movements in California in the late 1970s and early 1980s She began her photography career in 1977 when her photographs began appearing in SearchDestroyPunk and industrial culture in late '70s and early '80s San FranciscoSpanning music art and literature the industrial and punk scenes of San Francisco in the late 1970s and early 1980s were diverse but united by a DIY anti authoritarian attitude Photographer Ruby Ray was there to capture it all in the same spirit With her work appearing in the legendary punk zine SearchDestroy and its successor RESearch Ray was at the epicenter of and a key participant in a vital cultural moment vibrant with provocation and creativity A local experimental music and art scene supported artists like Bruce Conner William S Burroughs and Louise Nevelson and attracted groundbreaking bands like Devo the Mutants Boyd Rice and the Dead Kennedys as well as established international bands like Throbbing Gristle the Clash and the Sex Pistols in fact Ray was there to shoot their famous final concert at the Winterland Ballroom Ruby Ray Kalifornia Kool collects the photographer's images from this time live shots backstage parties apartments overflowing with youthful exuberance elegant portraits of key people and photographic experiments Her work captures a time and a place where West Coast open mindedness youth art music and electricity merged As Carl Abrahamsson puts it in his introduction to this volume Ruby's images open up a portal to a mythic and frenzied scene and show that it's true all mythologies are real Ruby Ray born 1952 is an American photographer well known for her photography of the early punk post punk and industrial movements in California in the late 1970s and early 1980s She began her photography career in 1977 when her photographs began appearing in SearchDestroy