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HomeContents > People > Photographers > Frank B. Gilbreth

Born: Frank Bunker Gilbreth 
Other: Frank Gilbreth 
Joint: Frank and Lillian Gilbreth 
Dates:  1868, 7 July - 1924, 14 June
Born:  US, ME, Fairfield
Active:  US
Efficiency specialist who used time lapse photography to study motion often collaborating with his wife Lillian

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Clare Strand: The Betterment Rooms - Devices For Measuring Achievement: ... 
Frank and Lillian Gilbrethıs corpus of photographic Work Studies formed the research basis of The Betterment Rooms - Devices for measuring Achievment. By resurrecting the Gilbrethıs laboratory, 'The Betterment Room', Strands' contemporary participants now encounter a twenty first century work study equipped with appropriate mechanisms and attachments, set against grids and clocks.
The Betterment Room Devices for Measuring Achievement Cyclegraph series becomes an attempt to analyse and determine the trajectories of Strands own activity throughout the making of the work. Using the Gilbrethian method of strapping mini electrodes to her hands and employing a long shutter speed, Strand records her own movements.
(commissioned by the IPRN and Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany) 
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