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An intersection in Boyle Heights
Lucha's Childhood
Lucha's QuinceaƱera Song
Mariachi Plaza, Boyle Heights
Jameson's Story
Jameson Portrait
The 2nd Street Tunnel, Downtown Los Angeles
The Reunion
A Rehearsal Studio in the Arts District
First Kiss
Hollenbeck Park, East Los Angeles
Angel's Point
Angel's Point, Elysian Park
Love and Fractals
The Floating Nebula
The Corn Fields, Los Angeles State Historic Park, Chinatown
City Hall, Downtown Los Angeles
The Next Years
The Phone Call, Part 1
Traversing between the Arts District and Boyle Heights
A Fortune
Chinatown Plaza
Orlando's Story
Orlando's Fairwell
Evergreen Cemetery
Interlude (Car Wash)
AirStream Trailer, Elysian Park
The Roadways, Elysian Park
The Experiment
3rd Street and Broadway
230 Center St, Arts District
The Disappearance
The Red Notebook
Utter darkness
The Other Woman
The Bradbury Building, Downtown Los Angeles
Bowtie Parcel, Los Angeles River
Lucha and Orlando in Love
Historic Core, Downtown Los Angeles
Lucha Portrait
Alongside the LA River, Interstate 5
Orlando In Love
The Million Dollar Theater
Orlando Portrait
Libros Schmibros Book Store, Boyle Heights
Farewell From the Roof Tops
Rooftops, Toy Factory Lofts, Biscuit Lofts, Ito Building Tower, Arts District
Old Age Like a Dream
The Phone Call, Part 2
Chavez Ravine, Elysian Park
The Central Hub

Love and Fractals

Animated Chapter
Animation by Philipp Engelhardt
Written by Sarah LaBrie
Performance by John Schneider
Music by gnarwhallaby and Ellen Reid
Featuring members of the Trinity Youth Chorus, NYC: Erica D’Acona, Katie Fountain, Jalene Lipowitz, Marcella Roy, Elisa Sikula, Josie Zenger
Lucha tells Jameson that she loves him. Jameson attempts to prove, through theoretical physics, that there is no way she could possibly know that she loves him–his way of coping with the intense love he feels for her.

“At parties, Jameson tells his friends that his girlfriend studies the physics of storytelling, a joke that’s not really a joke. But what she does with her puppets, she wants to tell him, is more than physics and more than art. It’s love. And if physics is the clockwork that holds the universe together, then love is the machine that makes it run.”