The Lancaster / Hanover Masque

John Hejkuk

John Hejduk, head of Cooper Union School of Architecture in New York, has gained a wide following with a series of conceptual projects, which integrate his deep-rooted literary, historical and cultural concerns with architecture. Hejduk's masque projects reinterpret the tradition of the court masque, in which members of the audience participated. The "Lancaster/Hanover Masque", which has been purchased for the collection of the Centre Canadien d'Architecture, contains 68 objects/subjects within a twelve-hour cycle.

New York, 1992, 8.9 x 8.9 x 0.7 inches, 104pp, illustrated, Paperback


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