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Bruce Conner’s flickering spirit of a bold precursor

By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / November 8, 2011

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“EVE-RAY-FOREVER’’ is a montage of flickering black and white film that’s played on a loop. More accurately, it’s three such films playing side by side. The work, on show at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, is the product of the fecund creative imagination of Bruce Conner (1933-2008), one of the most interesting and underrated spirits in American art over the past half century.

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EVE-RAY-FOREVER

By Bruce Conner

At: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham. 781-736-3434, brandeis.edu/rose