This is a segment from Looking for Lucretia, an experimental animation that engages issues in technology, gender, and storytelling in contemporary culture. It brings the subject of a painting to life and reverses the roles of art object and observer. The subject is Lucretia as portrayed by Lucas Cranach the Elder in 1532. In response to Cranach's painting, I created a new model, environment, and identity using a combination of sound, video, 3D modeling, and animation. In this new scenario, we are immersed in the estranged reality of the painting. Full running time: 8min.40sec.