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Christopher Chapman (January 24, 1927 – October 24, 2015) was a Canadian film writer, director, editor and cinematographer. Best known for his award-winning 1967 short film A Place to Stand, he also pioneered the multi-dynamic image technique used in films and television shows.

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by Toole, Nikki
Heidelberg, [Germany] : Kehrer, [2015] , ©2015
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
by Treister, Suzanne
Adelaide, S. Aust. : Greenaway Art Gallery, 1996
by Sachs, Bernhard
South Yarra, Vic. : Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 1993
by Cullen, Adam, 1965-2012
[Sydney] : Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1998
Canberra : National Portrait Gallery, 2015 , ©2015
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, still image, volume]
Parkside, S. Aust. : Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, 1997
Parkside, S. Aust : Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, 1998
Parkside, S. Aust : Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, 1998
by González-Torres, Félix, 1957-
Sydney : yuill/crowley ; Adelaide : Art Gallery of South Australia, [1998]
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