A Chapman Group Sourcebook
Edited by Mark Laver


During the 1990s, the Chapman Group challenged the British Columbia arts scene with provocative explorations in the philosophy of art. Culminating in the visual idiom of curved space they termed topologism, the Chapman Group served as an arts-based research university for the dozen painters, sculptors, and writers who participated in its debates and experiments. Ten years after its dissolution, this sourcebook demonstrates the exploratory energy that infused the work of the group, and which continues to influence its participants.

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