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Gender Identity in the Work of Claude Cahun
Hapková, Tereza ; Magidová, Markéta (advisor) ; Kitzbergerová, Leonora (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the question of gender identity in the artistic production of French artist Claude Cahun. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on the concept of sex, gender and identity in the context of Claude Cahun's life. Furthermore, her multiple selves, which she presents in her work through encrypted messages, is an important topic. She hides in her constructed world full of masks, masquerades, mirrors, doubles and stagings, behind the curtain of which she only let her partner, Suzanne Malherbe. The didactic part of the bachelor's thesis is focused on the proposal of the use of the photomontage technique in art education and its connection with other disciplines. The initial inspiration comes from the photomontages contained in the book Aveux non avenus, complementing the mostly autobiographical text by Claude Cahun. The main theme of the book is the search for oneself and one's own identity through text and illustrative images. In the book, Cahun has created her own world by rearranging her photographs and forming new wholes, which she has achieved through photomontage. The practical part of the bachelor thesis is focused on the photographic work of Claude Cahun. I first discuss the principles in her photographic work and their more general analysis. I then analyse three...
Humour in post-digital collage
Svobodová, Tereza ; Magidová, Markéta (advisor) ; Vartecká, Anna (referee)
The work focuses on the phenomenon of post-digital humorous collage, which is present in the contemporary world in various situations of our visual perception, from the digital environment to the physical one. The text will interpret internet memes, analyze the works of artists focusing on collage in post-digital society and the joke as such. According to the analysed images and collages, a series of collages reflecting a specific exhibition is then created in the practical part. The didactic part will then creatively and through humour animate the original works in the given exhibition space. KEYWORDS humor, collage, memes, post-digital art, new media, art education
Photography and author's book
Růžičková, Zuzana ; Francová, Sylva (advisor) ; Magidová, Markéta (referee)
The topic of my bachelor thesis is Photography and the Author's Book. I deal in it with a brief chronological history of the medium of photography and, in a little more detail, with contemporary photography. I follow a similar approach to the phenomenon of author's books and their various variations and forms, where I also briefly introduce the medium of zine. After the author's book, the work moves on to the combination of the author's book and photography and photographic publications. Then, the various author's files, photography books, author's books and visual files are mentioned in the thesis, which are also described in terms of how they work with text, photography and their overall visuality. All of these publications are contemporary productions in the Czech Republic, no more than 5 years old, and their subject matter is similar to that of my author's photography book (nature, feelings, music), which I describe in detail in the artistic part of the thesis. The artistic part consists of an author's photographic project presented in the form of an author's book, in which I try to connect the theme of nature, feelings with images accompanied by music. I also incorporate other elements into my work - artefacts, natural objects and glass fragments that I have collected during my photographic...
The Private and the Public in the Work of Libuše Jarcovjáková
Matějková, Kateřina ; Magidová, Markéta (advisor) ; Vartecká, Anna (referee)
The bachelor thesis is dedicated to the interpretation of the work of the Czech female photographer Libuše Jarcovjáková and aims to emphasize its importance and uniqueness for Czech and world photography. The theoretical part introduces the author, her cultural background, consisting of important personalities of the Czechoslovak art scene, and her still- evolving work and projects. It offers an insight into the world of photography through the search for similarities and differences with the work of Nan Goldin, with whom she is often compared in the Czech and foreign context. It focuses mainly on the work from the 1970s and 1980s, presented in the author's book Černé roky (The Black Years), its setting in the contemporary context, and the interpretation of selected photographs in terms of form and content. The interpretation focuses mainly on the search for the boundaries of the private and public, the issue of censorship and self-censorship, and the projection of these influences into the author's photographs. The didactic part of the thesis is a pedagogical project combining the knowledge and experience from the theoretical and practical parts of the work. It focuses on introducing students to documentary photography, the work of Libuše Jarcovjáková, and the awareness of their own approach to...
Magazines for Children and Youth (Children's Periodicals in the Context of Art Education)
Husieva, Kateryna ; Raudenský, Martin (advisor) ; Magidová, Markéta (referee)
The bachelor thesis describes the origin and development of periodical publications in the context of art education, analyses their position on the media market in the Czech Republic and abroad. The history of children's periodicals is considered. The modern market of children's periodicals and its problems are also considered, and the peculiarities of children's perception of periodical products and the specifics of work in publishing a professional children's magazine are identified. The theoretical part examines the magazines published for children and youth since the beginning and during the 19th century, further published since World War II and during the period of normalization. It traces the development of illustration and magazines in terms of creative education from the very beginning of the periodicals to the present day and focuses on the individual magazines that inspired the creation of children's magazines. The didactic part examines the possibilities of using magazines in the classroom and the suggestions from the point of view of media education, whether the individual tasks for creating a magazine are comprehensible and elaborable for children. The practical part deals with the magazine itself, which is intended for Czech children and children with a different mother tongue, from...
Optical toys and animation puns in art education
Weinhartová, Kateřina ; Raudenský, Martin (advisor) ; Magidová, Markéta (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals briefly with the history of early animation and further transition from pre-animation techniques to the world of film animation. It presents domestic and foreign contemporary work production mainly in the field suitable for working with children. It maps recent trends in the field and their further use through post-production. In addition, it points out parallels and inspirational examples from the film or gallery environment of animation. The didactic part presents the basis of the application of various methods of animation in practice with students. The objectives of the Framework Educational Plan (FEP) are taken into account here. The creative part of the thesis, explores pre-animation techniques using a thematically open set of optical toys (flipbooks, zoetropes, trauma tropes) based on the principle of visual momentum. Keywords : optical, animation, art education, art creation, optical illusion
Videoart / New possibilities of public installation
Zemková, Apolena ; Pfeiffer, Jan (advisor) ; Magidová, Markéta (referee)
This bachelor's thesis will focuses on installation art and its relation to space and spectators. The work will describes the development and strategies used for intensifying the meaning, perception and emotion. Spacial design and installation art as didactic techniques in education. Realization of a spatial installation working with the theme of space, size, time and feeling. In the theoretical part, I gradually mapped the artists of modern art from the middle of the 19th century to the 20th century and examined the medium of installation in relation to space in general, gallery and non-gallery space and in relation to the viewer. I tried to find out how the size and method of installation, the relationship, meaning and intensity of the work change. I also studied the development of techniques and strategies in the field of installation and video installation with an emphasis on current trends. In the practical part, I created an author-didactic teaching article in the form of video art, which, outside its historical-artistic context, works with the theme of dimension, time and experience. In my work, I created a brief list of artists who I feel touched on my topic, and I also looked for connections with today's artists. Thus, I developed an interpretive teaching position, which works in a way to...

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