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MUSEUM DISTRICT HIGHLIGHTS RICE UNIVERSITY MOODY CENTER FOR THE ARTS teamLab: Flowers and People, Cannot be Controlled but Live Together HOLOCAUST MUSEUM HOUSTON Vedem: the Underground Magazine of the Terezin Ghetto teamLab is a Tokyo-based collective operating at the frontier of art and technology. Flowers and People, Cannot be Controlled but Live Together — A Whole Year per Hour (2015) is an interactive installation: sensors respond to visitors’ movements, causing flowers to sprout, bloom and wilt in an ever-changing cycle. Neither a pre-recorded animation nor a contin- uous loop, the work is created in real time by a computer program and highlights the complex relationships between art, science, nature and technology. Through August 13. On display from June 16 through July 23, 2017, this multimedia art exhibition decon- structs and reinterprets the literary work of a secret society of Jewish boys, who created the longest-running underground magazine in any Nazi camp. Using a combination of pop-art graphics, drawings, paintings, and the prose and poetry of adolescent prisoners in the Terezin Ghetto, the exhibit explores 83 weekly issues of the Vedem magazine. Produced from 1942–1944, the original ‘zine’ (hand- made magazine), is recreated through panels dedicated to various subject matter, such as “Features,” “Humor” and “News and Editorial” sections. To єѡᡥѥ́)䁅Ёѡ5͕մQɅ1ѡ)1)ݥ͠ չչѥѡ )쁅ѡAͼ!Ё5͕մ(5Mи̸ԁܹɥ()0< 0)չ(ā ɽMи̸ȸܹɜ)Q!!1Q 5UMU4)!յ]ɬAɽɕ(ԁ!ɵɥ̸ܸٔ)ܹѡѡ͕մɜ)!յЁQ!Ѡ5͕մ́ݽɬ)ɽɕ̈ѡ Ʌ饱ѥЁ)́٥ͥѽ́Ѽɕѡ܁ѡ)͕ɅѡЁͭȁѡɽ՝)ɽѥٕѽ䁽ѡɕЁյ)ͭѽ́ѡЁյՉ́ݥѠѡ)ɕȁѡɥє)AѽɅ́ɔɕɽѡ)ѥ̰́х(؁ѥ́܁ɕЁչɥѡɔ)ɔͥѥ́ɕѥѼѥ)ȰɅͽ́ȁɕ)Qɽ՝MѕȀԸ