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his own life experiences. After finishing Take the 5:10 to Dreamland, Bruce Conner started working on this film, which he calls ‘an extension of Take the
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www.kadist.org. Kadist Art Foundation. Retrieved October 12, 2015. "Bruce Conner: Somebody Else's Prints". Ulrich Museum of Art. Wichita State University
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Silver Screen. Retrieved June 18, 2017. Hatch, Kevin (2016). Looking for Bruce Conner. MIT Press. p. 176. ASIN B01K3MO6V8. "Meeting this Playmate was soitenly
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Willow Geer as Sarah Tyler Jacob Moore as Ben Graham Kirk B.R. Woller as Bruce Conner James Eckhouse as Mr. Harris and Courtney Marmo as Laura Clark Davis
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Springer, most notable for his work on SpongeBob SquarePants. Artist Bruce Conner included the final shot in his film "3 Screen Ray". An LCD Game & Watch-styled
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time as Rauschenberg, incorporated found objects into his work. In 1958 Bruce Conner produced the influential A Movie in which he recombined existing film
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the first major solo exhibition in Asia of the late American artist Bruce Conner. Diana Campbell Betancourt studied at Princeton University in the United
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January 26, 2015. http://negativetrend.net/menu.html. Marcus, Greil. "Bruce Conner at the Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco, 1978." Aperture, no. 183 (Summer
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 275. Hoberman, J. (10 November 2010). "Before There Was MTV, There Was Bruce Conner". The Village Voice. Retrieved 2 October 2018. Gilliland, John (1969)
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Cruelty also included another early example of Expanded Cinema, when Bruce Conner’ film, Cosmic Ray, was projected over the actors performing in a happening