Software/Multimedia — 1 CD-ROM : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 user's guide (16 p. 18 cm.) + 1 poster (51 x 44 cm.)
Turning his camera on the digital revolution, Pedro Meyer presents a series of digital composite images and challenges the notions about the nature of photographic "truth." In the "Correspondence" section, people from eighteen countries discuss the cultural and aesthetic implications of the digital revolution, and grapple with the changing nature of the photographic image. Meyer's entire exhibit is displayed in the "Gallery" space, with critical commentary by Jonathan Green.
Software/Multimedia — 1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 user's guide (4 p. ; 20 cm.)
The miner's strike
Reviews and documents
Includes the complete film, Salt of the earth, about a year-long strike of Mexican-American zinc miners in New Mexico. Also features: a short film, The Hollywood ten, about blacklisted filmmakers; autobiographies; essays; reviews; photographs of the original strike and of the production of the film; and the complete screenplay in English, Spanish, French and German.