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The Beadwork
Dvořáková, Karolína ; Ruller, Tomáš (referee) ; Kohoutková, Karolína (advisor)
Beadwork is a work that touches on topics such as sexual harassment, rape, abortion, domestic violence, partnerships and family relationships, in general all taboo topics in the family and society, death topics, various hidden traumas in the family and in partnership. Through simple manual work and in the marked space for sharing, the possibility of relaxation opens up. “ To be heard. Just as beads are threaded on a thread, I collect human stories that become part of one (self) therapeutic act. This completes the performance gesture by threading beads in public space, bringing powerful themes from collected stories to light. Transcending myself – myself as an individual, touching everyone who allows themselves to be touched. “
Vybíral, Dalibor ; Soukup, Štěpán (referee) ; Ruller, Tomáš (advisor)
The work reflects the author's personal feelings and emotional shifts during a certain life stage during his studies. It summarizes the chronological shift from emotionally and physically conceived performances to today's relationship stage, when everything was separated by the raw material inlay of the wall. It symbolically represents that barrier, misunderstanding, alienationand the end of the dialogue between the two sides.
Autoportrait of the nonhuman
Trnková, Barbora ; Horáková, Jana (referee) ; Klodová, Lenka (referee) ; Ruller, Tomáš (advisor)
The work conducted through artistic-research methods, spanning across several interconnected projects and their explications, examines the proclaimed overcoming of rationalistic dualities personified in the in the cyborg metaphor. It showcases how mediated digital thinking obstructs the perception of the other, posing a risk to feminist visions inspired by this metaphor. In the spirit of glitch feminism, instances of algorithmic biases are proposed, revealing glitches within normative hegemony mediated by the outcomes of learning algorithms, to be positively perceived as opportunities for their identification and removal. Furthermore, it introduces the category of the non-human other, fabricated through dehumanizing and tabooed violence. In comparison to the nature of the pornographic and the erotic, and in the context of the concept of becoming, a path towards acquiring autonomy of the other is hinted. Alongside the creation of alternatives that disrupt dominant hegemony, a shift in focus towards subtractive strategies is suggested, acknowledging the uprising of the non-human within us, while suspending the transcendental subject in the same move. This addresses the issue of preserving the subject, which interprets the other.
This Song of Ours
Plíhalová, Alena ; Filipovská, Petra (referee) ; Ruller, Tomáš (advisor)
My diploma thesis is working with Sudeten question. I made audiobook from chronicle of village Větrov. it was written between years 1945-1952.
The Exchange Between the Student and the Teacher
Shulha, Andrei ; Ter-Oganian, Avdey (referee) ; Ruller, Tomáš (advisor)
To fullfill the practical part of my diplom task, I asked one of the teachers at our school to do the practical part instead of me. I gave him freedom in choosing the medium, topic and the lenght or format. The only condition is the quality of the work and proper explanation of its meaning. I will not be informed about his work untill the moment of presentation in front of the chosen comision where, during the discussion, my real income appears. The purpose of this work is to search for new moments in recyclation of artistic traditions.
ID - IDENTITY (UN) KNOWN (time specific in-cognito in-stant id - entity)
Janečková, Zuzana ; Babák, Petr (referee) ; Rozbořil, Blahoslav (referee) ; Chamonikolasová, Kaliopi (referee) ; Ruller, Tomáš (advisor)
This dissertation focuses on va-rious strategies of presenting identity in contemporary art and the current trend of forming its mutations and mystifications. It deals with approaches such as when the name of an artist is absent from his performance, various forms of concealment, and the subsequent detection of an artist. The term “anonymity” is not examined as its mere literal definition, but it subsequently forks into other related meanings. The introduction points at our daily meetings with anonymity, the condensation of information stemming from all spheres including the sphere of visual arts. The subject of the dissertation is explored though the influence of media operating at a given time (time-specific) and a given place (site-specific): here and now. The text primarily deals with the phenomenon of being “anonymous”. While examining this topic, the period starting with the 1990s is discussed and supplemented by examples from the history of Slovak, Czech, and international visual art with extensions to literature, music and film. It closely focuses on the following four bi-polar forms of anonymity: celebrity / anonymous artist, art groups / collective exhibitions, street art / net art, signature art / untitled art. These terms are defined and organized into dictionary entries (containing both names of artists and definitions of terms). Comprising of over two hundred words, a hybrid thematic dictionary has been produced. It consists of already existing definitions taken from the Slovak and Czech mutations of Wikipedia which are quoted with consistence with each entry. The collaboration with Wikipedia is based on subsequent addition of the author’s definitions and thus supplements it with missing information from the sphere of visual arts. The text also deals with a current trend of renaming as a symbol of a hegemonic tool of power. The terms a.k.a., name, monogram, nick, and pseudonym are explored.
Kopčil, Tomáš ; Palla, Marian (referee) ; Ruller, Tomáš (advisor)
For the deed I consider an event in the outside world which will depend on human behavior, which may have one or more signs of artistic acts or does not show signs of any artistic act. This event is then act as defined in the relevant Act. Artistic achievement in relation to the act represents a certain structure. The nature of the offense and an act of the artist and the result of this conduct caused, which is relevant to the history of visual culture. Negotiation is a manifestation of the will of the artist in the outside world, consisting of an act or omission, failure to act.
Kouba, Tomáš ; Surůvka, Jiří (referee) ; Ruller, Tomáš (advisor)
The set of works created from private video of materials, unfinished concepts and new videos. Essential motive passing through these videos is to develop a simple, stern, radical expression.

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