Peter Cook’s recent show explores what lies beyond modernity

In Issue 8 of their published manifestos, Archigram noted that over time they had become increasingly concerned with matters relating to the human experience: “comfort, facility, satisfaction, enquiry, and above all the effect of all kinds of phenomena upon each other.” Upon entering Peter Cook’s recent show at the Richard Saltoun Gallery, this fascination with phenomenology was glaringly evident. Featuring works made from 1964 through to 2023, the show also highlighted a number of Cook’s other key touchpoints.

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