Screening Salon: Bill Lundberg


REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Mon., Jan. 28, 2002

Internationally recognized film installation artist Bill Lundberg will show video and slide presentations of his work, after which the group will proceed over to the UT campus to see Lundberg's installation in the "time/frame" exhibition at the Blanton Museum of Art.

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