Anima Animus Animation: EVASVANKMAJERJAN
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Anima Animus Animation: EVASVANKMAJERJAN

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Published 1998 by Slovart Publishing, Ltd.
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Jan Švankmajer was born in Prague. An early influence on his later artistic development was a puppet theatre he was given for Christmas as a child. He studied at the College of Applied Arts in Prague and later in the Department of Puppetry at the Prague Academy of Performing Arts.

He contributed to Emil Radok's film Doktor Faust in 1958 and then began working for Prague's Semafor Theatre where he...more
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