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Lena is a Studio Art major at Florida State University who courted controversy in May when she published a painting of the university's star quarterback receiving a blowjob.

We came across her work yesterday on Rhizome and decided to get in touch to ask her about "Fuck Everything" and what she's trying to say.

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Digital media artist Lena NW (or if she's rapping, Fellatia Geisha), has created a dating simulation called "Fuck Everything", a game based on Japanese Otaku culture that takes the player through weird and not so wonderful sexual scenarios, each one as stomach-churning as the next.

Soundtracked by Lena herself, the game is a dreamlike walkthrough of nightmarishly aggressive social/sexual situations.

Your first stop is at a bar, where five entities sit.

A dog, a lava monster and a short-limbed sex doll make up three of the barflies - instantly you become accustomed to the strange worlds that you need to navigate through.

The game seeks to confront the misogynistic attitudes displayed towards women online, in hip-hop, in gaming and IRL.

Lena explains that it's "a reaction to pornography becoming normative and incredibly accessible through its online proliferation, its impact on culture, and the gender ideals it transmits." She also wants to explore sexuality and gender roles in the context of cyber and fantasy subcultures and delve deep into what she says is an apparent fostering of rape culture in America.