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von Wolfsburg" Netzeitung.de, 02. Jun 2005
MIT News Office and MIT Tech Talk.
interact with new exhibit on U.S. internment camps"
MIT Tech Talk Volume 48, Number 25, April 28, 2004.
Paul, Christiane, pdf
excerpt from the book "Digital
Art", and an excerpt from Chapter 2, Thames and Hudson World of Art series, New York, NY, 2003,
San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California, 2002.
flyer for the symposium held to celebrate the inauguration
of Beyond Manzanar into the permanent collection.
"The Interaction ‘01: Dialogue with Expanded Images,"
Leonardo Digital Review, Leonardo Online MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2001
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(original) / English
Heft fuer Gegenwartskunst, Band VII Heft 2, Juni - September
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April 21, 2001
"Virtual Reality: 'Beyond
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Vol. 57 No.29, pp.2,5, April 18, 2001
Japanese American Citizens League/Seattle Chapter, Newsletter,
From a review of the Seattle Cherry Blossom Festival by
Bill Tashima (article no longer online.):
"A unique virtual reality presentation titled “Beyond Manzanar”
offered a nonlinear look at the concentration camps from
various times and different perspectives, eventually weaving
in the feelings of mistrust towards Iranian Americans during
the hostage crisis. It was a thoughtful reminder of the
vigilance needed to protect civil liberties."
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interactions between the arts, sciences and consciousness, Interalia Magazine, http://www.interaliamag.org/interviews/zara-houshmand/. October 2015.
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for Interactive Digital Storytelling and Entertainment,
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Holland, Sept. 11, 2001
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Thiel, Tamiko and Houshmand, Zara. "Beyond
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18 No.17, pp.1,5, April 21, 2001