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Documentary Approaches in Contemporary Fine Art Moving Image
Bačíková, Alžběta ; PhDr. BcA. Andrea Slováková, Ph.D., MBA (referee) ; Pospiszyl, Tomáš (referee) ; Cenek, Filip (advisor)
The Dissertation titled Documentary Approaches in Contemporary Fine Art Moving Image focuses on the practical and theoretical research of documentary approaches to videos and films in the art field. It notices especially the self-reflexive strategies as a consequence of critical approach towards the medium itself and lack of belief in its ability to mediate reality or truth. Attempts to convey reality by audiovisual means are accompanied by the reflection of the way this happens. The Dissertation also reflects on the uncertain relation between the documentary and truth, which has been described in art by the artist and theoretician Hito Steyerl. The examined artworks were made in the period between the beginning of 21st century, when the documentary turn was reflected intensively, and the present time. The selection of examples was strongly influenced by the local study of Israeli art in The Video Archive of the Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv. Motives of conflict, violence and trauma resonating in studied videos and films influenced further selection and analysis of the authors’ documentary methods from a different context. In the selected works I can see particularly various forms of alienation effects and self-reflexive approaches. Using these procedures the artists highlight the constructedness of the audiovisual work and the way it was produced. Recurring formal principles have been stated. Reenactment of real events, revealing the way the work was produced or the artist’s position in the production process; these strategies indicate the uncertain relationship between the documentary work and reality. In the frame of these tendencies also reevaluation of the observational documentary strategies as something seemingly opposite to self-reflexive strategies is reviewed. Theoretical outcomes are continuously accompanied by author’s own art projects concentrated around the form of documentary portrait and its (de)construction. They experiment with the formal principles analyzed on a theoretical level.
Benčíková, Barbora ; Bačíková, Alžběta (referee) ; Šrámek, Jan (advisor)
The artpiece name is "Indrahanush" which is name of fictional character. The piece is made from videos in documentary form with focus on sexuality and love in India, about liberalisation a deliberalisation of sexuality and love, problematics of prostitution and problematic about the women social status in a cotext of social statitification- so called casts.
Documentary about Du Du
Willertová, Aneta ; Bačíková, Alžběta (referee) ; Klímová, Barbora (advisor)
Diploma work contains procesual autoportrait created in the form of videodocument with expressive selfreferential strategies. Du Du is pouring itself a tea.
Theory Actions in X Chapters/Actions Theory in X Acts : Talk and Twerk
Bačíková, Alžběta ; Sterec, Pavel (referee) ; Rathouský, Luděk (advisor)
The result of the project is a short video documentation of reciprocal lesson given by the twerking instructress and the teacher of the rhetoric. We can easily observe how the smart nonverbal choreography of speech is joining the erotically explicit dance. Women bodies are shot by camera during the training. They exercise proper breathing techniques first, then nonverbal expression and finally they try to articulate diverse notions on twerking. After the rhetoric lesson is given, they change the positions of teacher and the person being taught. It's time to learn how to twerk. In the final sequence we can see both women performing short twerk choreography on hip-hop music track made originally for the project.
Bačíková, Alžběta ; Baladrán, Zbyněk (referee) ; Rathouský, Luděk (advisor)
Main theme of bachelor's project is rooted in the text considering the wandering subject and his will to penetrate through the barriers and boundaries. Object is not that towards which desire tends. It tends towards the unattainable. It leads to the invention of an imaginary world which is full of twists. Work is based on vizualisation of thoughts. It consists of two phases. In the first part - drawings has been collected as the basic material. Subsequent diagrammatic organization displays the internal connections between particular drawings. The result is 3D diagram which is constructed from wooden laths.

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