In 2005, artist Robert Katz was commissioned by the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine (HHRC) to create a multimedia exhibition that would gather the testimony of Maine survivors and liberators that had been archived for the last dozen years. The project is called Were The House Still Standing and was developed in collaboration with Douglas Quin and Matt Dibble. The installation utilizes a complex and innovative approach to digital storytelling that includes a combination of 4 synchronized video streams, 16 channels of audio, large format photographic images and a 24-channel lighting plot. The multimedia work was created with a view toward preserving and carrying forth the tradition of testimony to future generations.

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