John B. Mors



"Kiva". Steel. 1990. 23" x 14" x 14"
The Anasazi were American Indians who resided in the four corners (Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona) area of the United States from approximately 800 to 1400 AD. Their ceremonial lodge, the Kiva, a cylindrical structure built into the ground, was entered via a ladder in a hole in the roof.

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