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Necessity vs Needlessness
Pélyová, Paulína ; Sedlák, Michal (advisor) ; Kafková, Helena (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to define a specific phenomenon bound to the current consumer society, which by its expression considers certain values and relations to the material world as necessary or, on the contrary, unnecessary. At the same time, it examines the boundary between consumer goods that we use on a daily basis and the subjects that have become part of our personality. These findings are demonstrated on specific examples. Telecommunication progress and its impact on today's consumer society in all aspects of nowadays lifestyle has become the starting point for the diploma work. Phone as an artifact has become part of our life with an ever more personal approach. This phenomenon is grasped theoretically, creatively and as an opportunity for pedagogical activity and research. The pedagogical intention is not only suggested but also verified and reflected in praxis.
Plastic expressions of students with multiple disabilities
Brunová, Tiziana ; Čech, Viktor (advisor) ; Sedlák, Michal (referee)
The thesis deals with the topic of the differences in human corporeality as uniqueness of our existence. It is divided into four parts. The theoretical part defines the concept of corporeality and the associated topics of self- concept, self-acceptance and self-presentation, with an emphasis on supporting the development of people with combined disabilities. Furthermore, the theoretical part deals with the use of human body in art, especially modern art - action art, based on ritual, and body-art. The didactic part brings a proposal to adapt the curriculum of the school program of Ceramic Production for pupils with combined disabilities, by assigning suitable artistic tasks using the material of ceramic clay. The presented result is a series of art lessons - methodological sheets for four teaching blocks focused on the use of physical gestures, emotions and self-concept by students with combined disabilities. The aim is to involve pupils with all types of disabilities, and cause their conscious use of physicality in working with ceramic clay. The research uses the method of qualitative research, namely a questionnaire survey and participatory observation. Research has confirmed that the art lessons series is suitable for pupils with all types of disabilities, and namely that adapting tasks to...
IP Flow Filtration and Profiling
Sedlák, Michal ; Tisovčík, Peter (referee) ; Kučera, Jan (advisor)
This thesis addresses the problem of filtering and profiling IP flows, primarily data of IPFIXsystems. Within the work, a general filtering component is designed and implemented, whichaims to be sufficiently efficient and flexible for use in other projects related to IP flows. Thiscomponent is then adapted to work with data in the IPFIX protocol format and integratedinto the existing modular collector IPFIXcol2 in the form of plugins adding the support forfiltering of passing IPFIX data and their sorting into profiles.
Once upon a time - Images of the unknown
Samková, Barbora ; Kafková, Helena (advisor) ; Sedlák, Michal (referee)
Master's thesis applies theme unknown landscape. The theoretical part is devoted to concept landscape, which is viewed from different perspectives in the work; from defining the landscape as a generic term through subjective perception to the possibility of its use as an imaginative space. The research part describes field research, which deals with issues of different interpretations of landscape perception by children of younger school age. Within the framework of the didactic part are presented the tasks in which the theme of an unknown country is reflected in various forms and are designed for art lessons in elementary schools. Finally practic part of my work comes out from theme unknown countryside and I try to express my own artistic expression. KEYWORDS Imagination, spatial concepts, space, unknown landscape, field research, children of younger school age, creative activity
Gesture. Significance of an object in grey zone of public space
Sedlák, Michal ; Hůla, Zdenek (advisor) ; Hazuková, Helena (referee) ; Hlaváček, Ludvík (referee)
The dissertation thesis deals with the relation of a person towards the physical public space from the point of view of an artist/teacher in the academic milieu. The frequently discussed subject of public space is not limited to purely artistic sphere or artistic gesture. It also implies a simple transgression to everyday life related to education and cultivation. An essential part of the research is the case study at the Department of Art Education of the Faculty of Education of the Charles University, which inquires into the perception of the future pedagogues of the physical public space and how they gtranslate it into the art language. The cornerstone stimulus for the research lies in the premise that future teachers will, through the prism of their view of the worl and by their vocation influence the education of the young generation. This fact of transgression is given by the existence of the subject of Art Education where the 3D design itself plays a certain role. The research is focused on what lies behind the phenomena in the process of the creation and inception of "something new" in the physical public space. The concept of a gesture represents a metaphor of material introduction into a space that, at some point, becomes a part o it .The integration is called actualization and the issue of the...

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