Running time: 26 minutes
Peter Cook, a founder member of the legendary group Archigram, practises in London with Christine Hawley. He has taught, published and exhibited round the world, has won competitions and judged others.
In his talk, Peter Cook traces the development of his work since 1964 to the Arcadian City project which has preoccupied him most recently. His exquisitely drawn illustrations are as witty as they are searching.
Cook also spoke to us in 1988 about change and metamorphosis in Layering & Change.
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