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Guide
Semester
Subject
Student Name
Sameep Kamble
Foundation Studio
I


Ar.Yagnik Bhatija, Ar. Devyani Deshmukh, Ar. Parnavi Karandikar, Ar. Mythili Kowshik, Ar.Rishi Vora, Ar.Neha Panchal, Ar. Ronak Savla, Ar. Anisha Mehta
Studio Conductors
Ar.Yagnik Bhatija, Ar. Devyani Deshmukh, Ar. Parnavi Karandikar, Ar. Mythili Kowshik, Ar.Rishi Vora, Ar.Neha Panchal, Ar. Ronak Savla, Ar. Anisha Mehta

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The Motive Of The Exercise Was To Understand And Learn The Anthropometric Dimensions That Vary While Doing Different Types Of Activities. The Groups Were Divided And Instructed To Document The Dimensions Of The Body While Doing The Activities In The Assigned Position. Within The Groups, Members Were Given Different Activities. The Documentation Included Taking Photographs From All Sides While Doing The Activity And Making The List Of The Dimensions Which Created A Bank For Future Reference. After Noting Down All The Dimensions Of The Group Members, Average Male And Average Female Dimensions Were Calculated Within The Group Members Of The Given Position.
Further, It Was Required To Imagine And Sketch Two Different Situations In The Assigned Position. In My Case, I Had To Imagine Myself In A Situation That Matched The Position Of ‘squatting And Sweeping The Floor With Broom’ As It Was The Activity Assigned To Me. ‘a Gargoyle Sitting On The Exterior Of A Church’ And ‘a Man Sitting Near The Campfire’ Are The Two Imaginary Situations That Matched The Sitting Position Of The Given Activity.

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