Sekou Cooke

Curator, Assistant professor of Architecture at Syracuse

Assistant professor of Architecture at Syracuse, and curator of “Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip Hop Architecture”

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What does hip-hop mean to you?

Hip-Hop's Newest Art Form: Architecture

What does hip-hop mean to you?

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