Chris Gray (situationist)

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Christopher Gray (22 May 1942 – 14 May 2009) was an activist in the Situationist International.[1]

Christopher Nelson Gray was born on 22 May 1942 in London; he was raised by his grandmother in Crosby, Merseyside, and educated at Repton School.

Gray worked with Conrad Rooks on the film Chappaqua in the mid-sixties.[2]

Publications[edit]

  • Leaving The Twentieth Century
  • The Acid, published under the pseudonym of Sam by Vision Press, 2009, republished as The Acid Diaries: A Psychonaut's Guide to the History and Use of LSD (2010) London: Park Street Press

References[edit]

  1. ^ Comments on an article by the English Situationists Not Bored (accessed 21 August 2010)
  2. ^ CHri Gray Rest in Peace, the void (accessed 21 August 2010)