The Kitchen presented Jan Frank's first solo exhibition, a video and sculpture installation, in 1977. Using video as the reference point for his work, Frank's work considered the spatial relationships derived from the boundaries of video tape recorder's perspective. He created the works in the exhibition by determining the boundaries of a given video camera, recording these delineations using the camera, and then measuring the space, from which he derived both two and three dimensional forms.

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