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Yuri Makoveychuk (Ukrainian: Юрій Маковейчук) is an artist-painter and filmmaker working in the rare field of mannequin animation.
Makoveychuk was born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1961. He moved to Philadelphia in 1990, and later to New York City. He studied art at the Shevchenko State Art School in Kiev (his classmates there also included Roman Turovsky and Alina Panova). He continued his art studies at the Kiev State Art Academy (BFA), and the Art Institute of Philadelphia(MFA)."Designing Intelligence" Exhibition (Florida Atlantic University ).
Makoveychuk produced two animated feature films, "Radioman" (1999) and "The Institute" (2003). Eventually "Radioman" won the Parma festival of animation prize.
Makoveychuk participated (in the capacity of a production designer) in many independent film and television productions in Europe, notably in 2008 Norwegian film "ICEKISS", as well as the "Three Musqueteers" and "Twelve Chairs", as well as the sets for the Maria Burmaka and Verka Serdyuchka performances. He also has been active as a scenic artist ("Great Expectations", "Godzilla", "As Good As It Gets", "DeviI's Advocate" et al.Radioman (1999)
The Institute (2003)