Life After Death
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, HCK 431
03 . 02 . 19
PHOTOS + VIDEO + WRITING | AIDAN T. E. GALASSETTI
Undergrad is a confusing time where you feel irrationally hard pressed to optimize and allocate each ounce of your energy at the risk you might graduate without a job, or worse, without a purpose. As graduation approaches year by year, month by month, day by day, you need to become grounded in something meaningful, something stable rises as well. Maybe it’s not too late for that minor? I wonder what my grad school options are? You know this seems like the perfect moment for a gap year.
Anyway, a tangential consideration of being spread too thin between the arts and the sciences had me bringing my SLR into comparative vertebrate anatomy lab. If practicing science is going to take away from my portfolio and if designing is gong slash my grades I might as well see where the two can happen at the same time.
There isn’t really an environment like lab outside of lab itself. By default that means it adds up to a pretty cool place to take some videos. I shoved my camera down microscopes and balanced it on textbooks to get some shots.