Picture and its context 2

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Kód Zakončení Kredity Rozsah Jazyk výuky Semestr
307EPC2 zápočet 2 2 hodiny výuky týdně (45 minut), 29 až 39 hodin domácí příprava anglicky letní

Garant předmětu

Ladislav BABUŠČÁK, Štěpánka ŠIMLOVÁ

Jméno vyučujícího (jména vyučujících)



A year-long course consisting from introductions + curated film projections + profound analyses and discussions – PICTURE AND ITS CONTEXT has set an aim to bring students whose work is based in any form of visuality an understanding how a well-chosen image or depicted situation can be enriched with a more than depicted - literal meaning, if it exists in a context with other images or situations, that (in succession, juxtaposition..etc) exists in spectators collective or personal memory. With a help of curated film projections of films that are heavy on visual narration and their message dwells „out of frame“, we will inspire students to rely on their imagination and free themselves of textual obsession, replacing it with powerful metaphors, symbolism and visual representation of their story to tell.

Výsledky učení

Throughout the year-long course, students will have an opportunity to be confronted and eventually analyze some of the most unique films in the history of cinema, which are rich and heavy on visual narration, and its excellence is deeply rooted in a picture rather than a script or spoken word. Students who will choose to attend this course will be confronted with the challenges of visual narration. Through a deep analysis of well-curated film screenings, students will have an opportunity to understand the power of visual information that almost always exists in a broader context, which always offers almost endless possibilities for the auteur to deliver his/her story in his/her unique way.

The course has the ambition to inspire students to experiment and lose fear from an ambiguity coming from the visual narration, and enhance student´s imagination, whilst freeing them from an obsession with a literary-based ideas.

Předpoklady a další požadavky

Students applying for this course should be naturally curious personality, should not fetishize originality, should be able to see things in layered nuances, and had an open-minded attitude toward the creative process where no idea or picture stands singularly alone, but rather in a complex context of the intertwined universe of meanings.



Ellis Richard: Symposium, Macat International Limited, 2019

Gierlinger, Frederik: A.Wittgenstein on Colour, De Gruyter, 2014 Gomez, John E.: Mythologies, Macat International Limited, 2017

Barthes Roland: Mythologies, Vintage Books, 2000

Sallie Nichols: Tarot and the Archetypal Journey, Red Wheel/Weiser, 2019


Alleau , De René: De La Nature Des Symboles, introduction à la symbolique générale, Payot, 1997

Didi-Huberman, Georges: Images in Spite of All: Four Photographs from Auschwitz, University of Chicago Press, 2008 Wittgenstein Ludwig: Remarks on Colour, Blackwell Publ, 2003

Hodnoticí metody a kritéria

Students will need to attend screenings regularly and actively engage in conversations and dialogues that will be vital for the course. Each semester, one major written analysis of the screened film + one on one discussion over the student´s personal work and visual experiments stemming from the course will qualify a student to pass this course and get credits for his studying program.



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Datum Den Čas Vyučující Místo Poznámky Č. paralelky
Čt 09:50–12:15 Ladislav BABUŠČÁK
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