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Semester
Subject
Student Name
Khushi J. Pednekar
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 Exercise Was Commenced With The Aim Of Collecting And Grasping Anthropometric Dimensions And Its Correlation In Day To Day Life. Dividing Groups On The Basis Of Different Human Action/Positions, The Exercise Furthered Through Us Documenting Ourselves According To The Various Postures Selected. It Included Photo And Dimensional Documentation. This Was Neatly Noted To Provide Us With The Bank Of Average Anthropometric Dimensions. Exercise Then Culminated Into Us Deriving Sketches Of The Predetermined Posture/Action With The Aim Of Imaging Similar Anthropometric Variants In Other Situations.
The Case Presented Me With, “Human Reaching To A Wall Clock”. This Predetermined Action Was Then Conceived To Be In Different Situations Where One Is Reaching Out And Moreover Stretching To Do So. One Sketch Portrays A Girl Participating In “Dahi Handi” Is Reaching Out To Help Her Fellow Member. The Other Sketch Continues The Similar Language Of “Reaching Out” To The Luggage Rack Of A Plane.
Such Imagination Helped In Understanding Humans Gestures In Various Situations Which Could Help Us Develop Innovative Human Space Relation In Further Studies.

Measuring positions - Reaching the clock

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