Labyrinth (creative director)

From the time she joined our research initiative in 1999, Rosemary has been a major creative force in The Labyrinth Project. Not only has she worked on our most ambitious projects both as a designer and programmer—such as, Tracing the Decay of Fiction and The Danube Exodus—but she has also been the primary creative director of several others, including: Bleeding Through Layers of Los Angeles, 1920 to 1986, Cultivating Pasadena: From Roses to Redevelopment, and Jewish Homegrown History. With a background in psychology and photography, she came to this work with a transdisciplinary and transmedial approach that integrated theory and practice. She recently completed her Ph.D. degree in USC’s Media Arts Practice program.