ronald.geibert@wright.edu


in my position as a faculty member at Wright State University,
I have created CD-ROMs on important photographic collections,
surveys of contemporary photography and printmaking,
and an examination of competition as seen
through the eyes of Japanese and American children.
Book offerings include documentary color photography and a
collection of photographic artworks and creative writings
about relationships with one's parents.  Multimedia projects
deal with contemporary society issues.


THE CELEBRATIVE SPIRIT: 1937 - 1943
combines rarely seen photographs of community spirit from the Library of Congress, rare audio and video interviews, and interpretative text by noted historian F. Jack Hurley on ten photographers employed by the Farm Security Administration during the Roosevelt Presidency.
Mac or Win95 CD-ROM 
PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE 1990s
is a two-disc international survey of nearly 400 images. Portfolios by 50 photographers were selected from 500 submissions from 30 countries. The jurors were museum curators from the Art Institute of Chicago, the Bibliotheque nationale de Paris, the Houston Museum of Art, 
and the Museum of Modern Art in NYC.
Mac/Win95/3.1 Hybrid CD-ROM 
THE NEW STREET PHOTOGRAPHY
examines contemporary "street" photography through the eyes of 30 artists. It includes 150 images, narrated artists statements, and biographies on Joel Meyerowitz, Martin Parr, and Henry Wessel, among others. The CD-ROM includes a second version for viewing on a larger monitor.
Mac CD-ROM 
FROM THE MIDWEST
presents the insightful views of life in Japan and Germany by Ohioian photographer Ron Geibert. The Dayton Art Institute book features color pictures of ceremonies, children at play, and landscapes. Includes critical analysis by former Seattle Art Museum curator Rod Slemmons.
Book 
THE DEMOCRATIC PRINT
features contemporary relief printmaking in the United States. One hundred and fifty-five images and biographical information on thirty-one artists. The approaches include wood and linoleum blocks, relief constructions, book illustrations, multi-process combinations, and installations involving
printed relief elements.  Edited by Kim Vito and Craig Martin.
Mac CD-ROM 
YOUTH AND COMPETITION
features a photographic artist and children of Okayama, Japan and Dayton, Ohio responding and reacting to their culture's competitive events and traditions through photographs, drawings, and paintings. Narrator leads viewer through a personal examination of competition in their life.
Mac/Win95 Hybrid CD-ROM 
PARENTS
bears witness to the profundity of that first and possibly foremost relationship in our lives: that which we share with our parents. Photographically derived works by Linda Connor, Duane Michals, and Larry Sultan, among others, and selected writings in eight-four oversized pages. Augment with camera interviews of Ann Fessler, Tony Mendoza, Adina Sabghir, and Larry Sultan.
Book and VHS Tape
WOMEN IN DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY 2000
features portfolios by eight of today's finest working photographers.  Produced 
in conjunction with a March 2000 exhibition at the Springfield Museum of Art in Springfield, OH curated by Nancy Howell-Koehler.  Among the eight are 
Mary Berridge, Lauren Greenfield, and Susan Meiselas.
Mac/Win95/98 Hybrid CD-ROM
MULTIMEDIA KIOSKS
artworks dealing with "Big Brother" issues.
[ 11.6 MB ]


Minimum recommended system: MAC 68040/5MB free RAM, double-speed
CD-ROM drive, system 7.0 or higher, and a monitor with 640 X 480 resolution
and thousands of colors. PC 486/5MB free RAM, double-speed CD-ROM
drive, Windows 95, sound card, and a monitor with 640 X 480 resolution
and thousands of colors.

ronald.geibert@wright.edu

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