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dc.contributor.authorGiżycki, Marcin
dc.contributor.editorDeckert, Mikołaj
dc.contributor.editorKocot, Monika
dc.contributor.editorMajdzińska-Koczorowicz, Aleksandra
dc.identifier.citationGiżycki M., Bacon, Friedman, Themerson or How to Translate Anything to Anything, [in:] Moving between Modes. Papers in Intersemiotic Translation in Memoriam Professor Alina Kwiatkowska, Deckert M., Kocot M., Majdzińska-Koczorowicz A. (eds.), Łódź University Press, Łódź 2020, pp. 161-169, doi: 10.18778/8220-191-8.11pl_PL
dc.publisherŁódź University Presspl_PL
dc.relation.ispartofDeckert M., Kocot M., Majdzińska-Koczorowicz A. (eds.), Moving between Modes. Papers in Intersemiotic Translation in Memoriam Professor Alina Kwiatkowska, Łódź University Press, Łódź 2020;
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dc.titleBacon, Friedman, Themerson or How to Translate Anything to Anythingpl_PL
dc.typeBook chapterpl_PL
dc.contributor.authorAffiliationRhode Island School of Design, Providencepl_PL
dc.contributor.authorBiographicalnoteMarcin Giżycki, Ph.D. – film and art historian, critic, filmmaker. Professor at Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw, Poland. Senior Lecturer at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI. Artistic Director of “Animator” International Animated Film Festival in Poznan, Poland. He has published 8 books and around 400 articles on film and art in Polish and foreign publications. He has also made a number of documentary, live action, experimental, and animated films in Poland and the US. In 2016 he received the Award for the Outstanding Contribution to Animation Studies at Animafest, the World Festival of Animated Film in Zagreb, Croatia.pl_PL
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dc.referencesThemerson, Stefan (1965). Bayamus and the Theater of Semantic Poetry. London: Gaberbocchus.pl_PL
dc.referencesThemerson, Stefan (1983). The Urge to Create Visions. Amsterdam: Gaberbocchus + De Harmonie. Earlier the script was published in: Film as Film: Formal Experiment in film, 1910–1975. London: Hayward Gallery, 1979.pl_PL
dc.referencesThemerson, Stefan (1988). Hobson’s Island. London–Boston: Faber and Faber.pl_PL
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