Almost exactly three years ago, in these pages, art critic Emily Hall declared Christian Marclay's Video Quartet to be "a 15-minute four-channel video that you should drop everything to run over to the museum and see immediately." I don't know about you, but I generally trusted Emily Hall. Because of this, now that Video Quartet is opening at Western Bridge (exhibition home of its owners, Bill and Ruth True), I plan to run over there and see it immediately. (Western Bridge, 3412 Fourth Ave S, 838-7444. Noon—6 pm, free.)