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The object of interaction
Kallus, Martin ; Písaříková, Jana (referee) ; Korbička, Pavel (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis on the topic Object of interaction deals with the body and its occupancy of space. It draws on my exploration of manual play and relationships to the human body. To examine them, it uses methods, procedures and means of creative spatial creation. One of the results of this research will be an interactive metal object, consisting of several modular units, which can be rearranged and thus transform the space defined by steel modules.
Grape vine
Lubovská, Karolína ; Písaříková, Jana (referee) ; Korbička, Pavel (advisor)
The work Grape Vine explores the theme of the South Moravian wine landscape and the elements that are associated with it and most characteristic of it. The work highlights the practices by which this landscape is altered and cultivated for human use, in this case for the cultivation of grapes and the wine production. It focuses on the approach to the landscape and the specific ways in which different parts of it are approached through cultivation, selection and growth control in order to achieve the highest yields using the practices determined by the tradition of agriculture in this specific area.
Substances
Zadražilová, Lenka ; Písaříková, Jana (referee) ; Fexová, Patricie (advisor)
The thesis is part of a long-term project in which I focus on dust. The scope of this material is, however, narrowed down and the thesis comes to a point where the focus is on only one kind of dusty substance – wood dust, sawdust, or wood in general. The series of paintings with the motif of wood, which is applied with sawdust on wooden boards, does not only thematize a certain form of dust, but also a certain linguistic category and experience with wood, or the experience of working with it, developed since the time of my childhood because of living in a carpenter's family. The thesis contains a combination of painterly and conceptual starting points, drawing on and benefiting from the experience of earlier artwork on a dust project.
Archives and documentation of performance art: at the intersection between history and myth.
Písaříková, Jana ; Šedivá, Barbora (referee) ; Havlík, Vladimír (referee) ; Horáková, Jana (referee) ; Ruller, Tomáš (advisor)
The PhD thesis deals with the role of archives in the contemporary artistic and curatorial practice, with an emphasis on the performance art. It also analyses the creation process, methodology and the contents of selected personal and institutional archives in both Czech and international contexts. The objective of the paper is to answer the following questions: In what way is the documentation and subsequent archiving of process-oriented forms of art performed? How is the history of the contemporary art formed and interpreted through these archives and with the help of the artistic and curatorial practice? To what extent are we able to reconstruct the history from records and performance documents that are only fragmented, thus making a reference to a real action? Do the archives leave some room for misinterpretation, creating a myth or personality cult through its system of classification of knowledge? How indeed is the performance art related to its own history; how is this history perceived by the performer alone; and how is it approached by the professional audience? The paper will also include the analysis of current state and possible solutions to the operation of the archive of the Faculty of Fine Arts, which is related to opening a dialogue among artists, theorists and institutions that might be interested in better accessibility of such an archive.
Interaction of Space
Křivák, Petr ; Písaříková, Jana (referee) ; Gabriel, Michal (advisor)
The main objective of this thesis is the relationship of space and sculpture and pursuit of a single expression using 3D digital sculpting
Hospital
Vlachová, Sandra ; Písaříková, Jana (referee) ; Kvíčala, Petr (advisor)
My Bachelor's thesis is called Hospital. It contains my memories, that I written down during my hospitalization, and then brought to life on the canvas. The main theme are the painful thoughts that ran thought my mind while I was in the hospital. My thesis presents a diary record, which serves as a main source of inspiration for my paintings, as well as a technical record. The main point of my thesis is the subsequent trauma - dealing with the scars, accepting yourself. From the beginning of my studies, I have been devoted to the motifs of architecture, clean and clear colors with fine lines and geometric shapes. My work was very precise and delicate. Now I present the theme of the hospital, connecting my interest in architecture with more personal themes. My stay in the hospital, trauma, and pain. Which reminds me of the book Umlčené tělo (Murphy 2001), which contains and incredible story about the author's life before and after his illness. This book has been a great inspiration to me.
Archives and documentation of performance art: at the intersection between history and myth.
Písaříková, Jana ; Šedivá, Barbora (referee) ; Havlík, Vladimír (referee) ; Horáková, Jana (referee) ; Ruller, Tomáš (advisor)
The PhD thesis deals with the role of archives in the contemporary artistic and curatorial practice, with an emphasis on the performance art. It also analyses the creation process, methodology and the contents of selected personal and institutional archives in both Czech and international contexts. The objective of the paper is to answer the following questions: In what way is the documentation and subsequent archiving of process-oriented forms of art performed? How is the history of the contemporary art formed and interpreted through these archives and with the help of the artistic and curatorial practice? To what extent are we able to reconstruct the history from records and performance documents that are only fragmented, thus making a reference to a real action? Do the archives leave some room for misinterpretation, creating a myth or personality cult through its system of classification of knowledge? How indeed is the performance art related to its own history; how is this history perceived by the performer alone; and how is it approached by the professional audience? The paper will also include the analysis of current state and possible solutions to the operation of the archive of the Faculty of Fine Arts, which is related to opening a dialogue among artists, theorists and institutions that might be interested in better accessibility of such an archive.
Interaction of Space
Křivák, Petr ; Písaříková, Jana (referee) ; Gabriel, Michal (advisor)
The main objective of this thesis is the relationship of space and sculpture and pursuit of a single expression using 3D digital sculpting

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