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In autumn of 2013, I asked five love interests whom I had met in the last 2.5 years to follow a dexterity exercise I designed. They are shown here in the order of, and preceded by the date on which I met them.
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Happy Valentine’s Day,
L

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In autumn of 2013, I asked five love interests whom I had met in the last 2.5 years to follow a dexterity exercise I designed. They are shown here in the order of, and preceded by the date on which I met them.

Watch the video

Happy Valentine’s Day,

L

What Love Looks Like, video one through six

By Louise Ma and Chris Parker

Sounds and music written and performed by Lola Kalman

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What Love Looks Like, video six of six

By Louise Ma and Chris Parker

Boys and Girls written and performed by Lola Kalman

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What Love Looks Like, video five of six

By Louise Ma and Chris Parker

Milk and Honey written and performed by Lola Kalman

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What Love Looks Like, video four of six

By Louise Ma and Chris Parker

Soulmeet written and performed by Lola Kalman

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What Love Looks Like, video three of six

By Louise Ma and Chris Parker

So Far written and performed by Lola Kalman

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What Love Looks Like, video two of six

By Louise Ma and Chris Parker

Adon Olam performed by Lola Kalman

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What Love Looks Like, video one of six

By Louise Ma and Chris Parker

Sounds by Lola Kalman

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My immensely gifted friends Chris Parker and Lola Kalman have helped me realize my dream of turning my diagrams about love into a series of six short videos. Chris and I shot and edited footage over the course of a year. Lola sent us recordings from her new home near Tel Aviv, while she was less than a month away from her due date. I couldn’t have done it without their patience and brilliance, and I can’t be more pleased to share our work with you.

You can view these videos at love.seebytouch.com/videos, where I’ll be adding them one a day starting Monday, July 22nd. They are best enjoyed with headphones. If you like them, please pass them on.