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Chris Burden (I) (1946–2015)

Chris Burden was born on April 11, 1946 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as Christopher Lee Burden. He is known for his work on LoveSeat (2011), Gut Feeling (2011) and Attack of the Show! (2005). He was married to Nancy Rubins and Barbara. He died on May 10, 2015 in Topanga Canyon, California, USA. See full bio »

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LoveSeat Camera and Electrical Department
Gut Feeling
Gut Feeling Camera and Electrical Department
Attack of the Show!
Attack of the Show! Himself - Performance Artist
Metropolis II


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 2011 Gut Feeling (Short) (grip)
 2011 LoveSeat (Short) (second assistant camera)
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 2011 Gut Feeling (Short) (swing gang)
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 2011 Metropolis II (Documentary short) (voice)
 2011 Attack of the Show! (TV Series)
Himself - Performance Artist
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 2016/IV Burden (Documentary)

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Sculture: Urban Light in front of the Lacma

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Performance artist who took risks for his life and also engineered big art objects like Beanm Brop.In his memory, the Lacma left his Urban Light lit all last night.

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