Bruce Conner: It’s All True Sonic Walk

Video still, Conner, Mea Culpa

Bruce Conner, MEA CULPA (still), 1981; courtesy Conner Family Trust; © Conner Family Trust


In this must-hear sonic walk through the exhibition Bruce Conner: It’s All True, you’ll hear a collage of distinctly San Francisco sounds that transport you to the many scenes he changed and was changed by over his five-decade career. Hear the voices of Conner and those who knew him—including actor Dennis Hopper, dancer Toni Basil, filmmaker Henry Rosenthal, writer Greil Marcus, and many more.

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Bruce Conner: It’s All True

Realist. Surrealist. Hippie. Punk. Bruce Conner (1933–2008) was all of these and more. Bruce Conner: It’s All True is the first comprehensive retrospective of this pivotal American artist’s incredible output, bringing together over 250 objects in various media, including film and video, works on paper, assemblages, photographs and photograms, performance, and more.