Student Name: Julian Parikh
Project Title: Motion
Project Description:
For our third and final studio assignment of the year, we were asked to interpret Aristotle’s philosophy on motion and represent the concept in both digital and print format.

While reading Aristotle, I began to think about motion in terms of the body. I was interested in how the often unconscious movements of our body can imply certain things to those around us. I realized that a lot can be implied by movement. People are constantly interpreting body language and it affects how we interact with others in the world. But I began to ask myself some questions about this type of motion — how many of our assumptions about body language are biased? How many of them are rooted in gendered stereotypes or generally held presumptions? And finally, are these thoughts holding us back from expressing ourselves freely
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