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Hranice – redefinition of urban structure
Stibůrková, Nikola ; Walter, Jaromír (referee) ; Foretník, Jan (advisor)
This diploma project deals with a proposal for a new movie theater in the city of Hranice. The aim of this project is to explore the possibilities of cinema architecture, emphasizing the variability of the design solution. The cinema is viewed not as an object with one set function, but as a variable cultural space that plays important part in the cultural life of not only smaller towns. Important part of the design is also the scale - scale of the different events, the town itself as well as its society. There has been a broader redefinition of the urban structure and study of the surrounding development that preceded the cinema design itself, with emphasis on the 1. máje street and proposed linear park. New building of the movie theater corresponds with the proposed regulatives of the future development and cooperates with the newly proposed library, with which it creater new culturaly- educational center of the town.
The Cultural Space and Memory in the Work of Viktor Fischl
Štychová, Michaela ; Vojvodík, Josef (advisor) ; Špirit, Michael (referee)
The aim of this work is to show, how the collective, or rathert he cultural memory is realized in the work of Viktor Fischl in the term of the Holocaust, in which way is the traumatic experience objected in "remembering" in particular Fischl's books, how the characters deal with this experience. Theoretical framework is mainly based on Aleida and Jan Assmann's essays and studies and Maurice Halbwachs's important and inspiring book Collective memory. The main focus of this paper is based on its practical part in which the author tries to clarify and verify conceptions of cultural memory in literary texts. The emphasis is put on those post-war Fischl's proses which reflect the Holocaust exactly from the perspective of author's time, spatial and also empirical distance. This distance creates a very specific form of remembering and its narration. In the conclusion the findings are summed up and generalized. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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