Wilderness by Mary Lucier

BOMB 31 Spring 1990
031 Spring 1990

Discover MFA Programs in Art and Writing

Lucier Wilderness

Mary Lucier, Wilderness, 1986, still images from video installation. Courtesy of Greenberg Wilson.

Peter Campus by John Hanhardt
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BOMB 31, Spring 1990

Featuring interviews with Jean-Paul Gaultier, Nick Cave, Joyce Carol Oates, Anton Furst, Tony Spiridakis, Larry Sultan, Liza Béar, Sally Beers, John Steppling, Lisa Hoke, Véra Belmont, Leonard Shapiro, and Christopher Brown.

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031 Spring 1990