Sir Peter Cook Provides Worthy "Audience" At Woodbury Thesis Exhibition

Sir Peter Cook Provides Worthy "Audience" At Woodbury Thesis Exhibition

Arthur Nesterenko, degree project (Arthur Nesterenko)
Arthur Nesterenko, degree project (Arthur Nesterenko)

Earlier this month AN West Coast Editor Sam Lubell joined Sir Peter Cook and Woodbury University students and faculty at WUHO Gallery in Hollywood for Drawing Room: An Audience with Sir Peter Cook, an exhibition of thesis and degree projects and an informal discussion.

Cook, outspoken as always, lauded Woodbury’s experimental, outsider nature, the ability of drawing to “elevate the conversation through the unknown,” and “nutters” everywhere. His inspiration was omnipresent, with exceptionally-drawn (or drawn and combined with computer rendering), technologically-driven projects—rethinking housing, science facilities, humanitarian architecture, and so on— that paid homage to his quirky aesthetic. The exhibition was curated by Woodbury professors Peter Culley and Berenika Boberska.

Gabriela Colmenares, degree project (Gabriela Colmenares) Brian Diaz degree project, plan detail. (Brian Diaz) (Andre Gharakhanian) (Crystal Tan) (Devin Gharakhanian) (Francisco Pila) (Jenn Pope) (Jennifer Rodriguez) (Monica Claudio) (Sunny Lam)
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