The Kitchen presented Jan Frank’s first solo exhibition, a video and sculpture installation, in 1977. Using video as a reference point, Frank’s work considered the spatial relationships derived from the boundaries of the videotape recorder’s perspective. Frank 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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