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Landscape of Memories
Gorbušinová, Anna ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (advisor) ; Tsikoliya, Lenka (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the theme of home and landscape painting from the perspective of the perception of childhood memories. In the theoretical part, concepts such as identity, emotional relationship to place and genius loci are analysed with reference to the important theorists Christian Norberg-Schulz and Geston Bachelard. The theoretical part of the thesis also examines the development of landscape painting and elaborates on the period from the 19th to the 20th century, when artists began to explore the depiction of feelings and inner emotions. In this part of the thesis, the author's grasp of the theme of her childhood home and its influence on her contemporary work. The practical part forms the focus of the bachelor's thesis - it is devoted to a painting cycle of nostalgic landscapes of childhood memories. It represents her own search for an artistic language and the testing of artistic techniques. It mentions both foreign and Czech painters whose themes and artistic language served as inspiration. The result is a set of paintings Landscapes of Memories, reflection on its creation and artistic treatment. In the didactic part, the author describes landscape painting in the school environment and the development of the perception of landscape through different age categories. In the...
Fragments of Landscape
Nováková, Kateřina ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (advisor) ; Sedlák, Michal (referee)
The master thesis Fragments of Landscape explores the meaning of landscape in contemporary Czech art, using an a/r/tographic approach focused on exploring artistic and pedagogical practice through artistic production. Emphasis is placed on the importance of connecting the roles of artist, researcher and teacher. The first part of the thesis introduces the method of a/r/tography, explores the definition of landscape and the characteristics associated with its value, and the contemporary artistic view of landscape within the contemporary Czech art scene. It analyses artistic approaches to landscape and classifies them into nine categories, reflecting the diverse artistic approaches, the author's view of landscape and their influence on the creation and understanding of landscape. The author's own artistic work focuses on the authorial process of landscape transformation and interpretation, based on art field research of the Jizera Mountains and the resulting creation of a network of landscape fragments. The categorization of artistic approaches is the key to understanding the complexity of the creative process. The categorisation implies that the landscape cannot be clearly framed and categorised. The thesis concludes by evaluating the importance of didactic tasks in the process of art education,...
Visible blindness in the urban world society's relation to light now and then
Pata, Václav ; Sedlák, Michal (advisor) ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on city in time and age of artificial lighting. It takes the issue of light pollution as its starting point. Elementary sources and consequences of over- lighting are used as a base for the Forgotten Dark worksheets. The sheets were created in collaboration with Veřejný sál Hraničár (Public Hall Hraničář) as an educational material for the gallery cycle Light. Together with the sheets, a need to widen my knowledge and apply it to a specific situation arose. I picked Obchodní dům Prior and Kulturní středisko Corso (Shopping Mall Prior and Culture Center Corso) in the neighborhood of Krásné Březno for that purpose. The pick of the place directed the development of the themes of the theoretical part of the thesis. The middle part of the thesis is trying to show contemporary city from two essential angles. Firstly, I tried to answer the question about sources of the shape contemporary city has taken upon itself. The rest is focused on building public spaces in regard to their nighttime flow. The final chapter is exploring the object of Corso. At first It is trying to take a look at the context of the city part of Krásné Březno, then it is taking a look at the city part in context of Ústí nad Labem. The gathered information is used for a presentation of possible future of...
Embroidery and activism in contemporary art
Kosinová, Monika ; Vartecká, Anna (advisor) ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (referee)
In the theoretical part, the diploma thesis deals mainly with the traditional feminine handicraft technique of embroidery in the context of activism in contemporary art. It categorizes embroidery into high art such as painting or sculpture. It tries to study embroidery from several levels. It compares the historical development of this textile medium with embroidery in contemporary art and seeks their changes. Thesis deals with the common relationship between this art technique and the development of activism. Activism clarifies and places in historical, sociocultural and other contexts. It mentions exhibitions and artists dealing with embroidery and activism inland, but this work also concerns foreign works. Analyzes the concept of craftivism. It examines how and how often textile materials and handicraft techniques are implemented in art classes. The acquired knowledge will be applied in the didactic part. The practical part deals with craftivism, which came to the fore in the 21st century. The craftivism art group seeks to link contemporary embroidery techniques with activism. The advantage of the textile material is its handicraft processing and easy availability. It examines how craftivism has changed from its inception to the present and implements this knowledge in its artistic...
Comics in contemporary Czech children's literature
Richterová, Tereza ; Francová, Sylva (advisor) ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the topic of comics in Czech modern children's literature with an emphasis on the creative creation of comics. The work consists of three parts - theoretical, practical and didactic. In the theoretical part, this concept is divided according to criteria - to define the term comics, to its czech history of comics and to the spread of comics in Czech modern children's literature. In this section are mentioned specific Czech works and Czech authors who are dedicated to this topic. Selected authors are interviewed about their journey to comics. The practical part is dedicated to the project, the comic book Today I will be offline which is created in the form of comics and is intended for children of younger school age. The second project, which is part of the practical part, is the application of comics in art education at a selected primary school. This project connects the practical part and the didactic part, the use of comics in teaching. KEYWORDS Comics, literary genre, children's literature, Czech authors, art education
Selected Art Techniques in Figural Painting
Škábová, Sandra ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (advisor) ; Daniel, Ladislav (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with selected painting approaches in figurative art. The theoretical part describes the basic principles of traditional and digital painting techniques by placing them in a historical context. It compares key craft qualities while highlighting common difficulties in painting. It showcases contemporary painters working within the selected techniques and the figurative subject matter. It analyzes individual approaches to the human figure, ranging from realist painting to distinctive versions of stylization in modern and contemporary art. The subsequent artistic part presents the author's own figurative work in the form of the painting series Siblings, to which she applies the same framework as the theoretical part of the thesis. The attached reflection of the author is interpreted and visualized using the characteristic features of selected artists' works, which exhibit the same aspects of creation as the Siblings. The narrative component of the author's work already resides in the private world of the artist and explores its imprint in the subjects depicted. The results obtained further inspire the didactic part and build the design of the lesson on the foundations stemming from the experiences gained through the painting series. Through the insights gained from the careful...
The Phenomenon of the Journey in Artistic Areation and in the Pedagogical Work
Novotná, Karolína ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (advisor) ; Kitzbergerová, Leonora (referee)
This thesis is focused on exploring aspects and visions of the journey and their meaning, both in concrete and metaphorical terms. In one perspective, the path is interpreted as a link between specific points, while in the other as a tool to reach a specific goal. In such a context, the journey becomes an integral part of the process towards achieving a particular goal, which can be anything from reaching a specific destination to fulfilling a life dream or mission. In this context, the interaction between the journey and the destination is crucial. The artistic component of the work is a personal diary, which contains fragments from various journeys, captured in watercolour. The diary is enriched with drawings and texts that reflect authentic travel experiences. This diary, as well as the theme of "The Phenomenon of Travel", has become an inspirational source for didactic projects that explore the concept of travel, whether in an artistic or pedagogical context. The aim of this thesis is to explore the different aspects and perspectives of the journey, both on a concrete and metaphorical level, and to translate them into didactic projects. KEYWORDS Point, path, goal, labyrinth, fragment, art, art didactics
Author's diary and its use in art education
Bouchalová, Anna ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (advisor) ; Sedlák, Michal (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the author's diary and its use in art education while simultaneously dealing with the phenomenon of the diary in the context of art concerning pedagogical practice. The first part provides a general theoretical foundation regarding the characteristics and historical development of the diary alongside a reference to literary works, the issues surrounding the author's diary and an overview of well-known visual artists who have used such diaries in their work. The thesis also gives examples of diary-themed exhibitions. Visual artists who employ some of the characteristics of diary entries in their work are listed to understand the diversity of diaries. The text also addresses why drawing is the primary medium of these narratives and the significance of the engagement with diary work. In the practical part, the author has implemented diary principles in her project, producing four large-scale drawings made for four consecutive months. Each day's observations and thoughts were recorded on a sheet of paper. Said paper thus became a specific visual record of experiences reflecting the period in which they were created. The insights from this project and the theoretical foundation were the starting point for the final part, the didactic one. The didactic portion of the...

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