The Crazy, Bloody Female Center (2000)

In the early 1990s, Nina and I co-taught a seminar at USC on Gender & Sexuality for students in production and critical studies. As a great admirer of her films, I asked her to collaborate with Labyrinth on an interactive project. Here’s what I wrote about the project: “Combining the bold visual language and aesthetic rigor of independent film at its best with the interactivity of new media, the CD-ROM enables players, as in dreams, to draw from a reservoir of highly charged, deeply connected images and sounds and to re-edit them with intriguing narrative twists. The project was an official selection at Sundance."