compare second movement to the first, relate to one another, and similarities
 - when I look at the two movements that i have choose to study we can see the same movements repeating in similar actions.  Even though they are both two different types of motions (one standing in same place and one an action movement) they follow the same guidelines as to how the body moves.  the knees correspond to one another to keep the body upright and stable, your arms are used as a balance tool and an instrument to hold/throw, even you torso and hips react to the angle and tilt of the rest of your body to maintain your balance.
 - when I look at the throwing drawings and how one extremity acts as the other I see the same movement in both the upper and lower body.  I believe that the whole purpose behind all the movements we see in mainly going to be balance to keep our body upright and our arms and leges have a lot to do with keeping our body stable through series of motions.


1 comment :

  1. These are thoughtful observations Gavin, and I think you have become increasingly aware of the interaction of various components of the body. How might this extend beyond the motion itself and into an idea of space and occupation? You bring up the idea of balance, and I think this will be an important concept in your development of a spatial idea. For instance, how might you develop separate spaces/structures that are at the same time dependent on one another in order to achieve a complete (or whole) experience.