Date: Thursday 13 January 1977
Raimund Abraham, in conversation with Peter Cook, discusses various architectural projects including 'Seven Gates of Eden' which was exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 1976. Abraham studied architecture in Graz and had an architectural studio in Vienna in the late 1950s and early 1960s. In 1964 he began teaching at Rhode Island School of Design. He moved to New York in 1971 and became a professor at Cooper Union. Abraham has also taught at the AA, and at Harvard and Yale, as well as several other universities worldwide.NB: Occasional sound and picture interference: particularly bad during the first ten minutes. Slight cut in tape after 60 mins.
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