Nancy Holt, a pioneer in the land-art movement of the 1960s and ’70s, began her career writing concrete poetry and making photographs, films, and videos. From the beginning she was interested in how perception is shaped, and she used the mediums of lenses, viewfinders, and other structures to alter the way urban space and land are experienced over time. She was the creator of “Sun Tunnels,” four huge concrete culverts set in the Utah desert to align with the sun on summer and winter solstices. The Kitchen screened her 75 minute black and white film “Revolve” was at the Kitchen on December 2 & 3, 1977. For more information visit: