Translating across Sensory and Linguistic Borders: Intersemiotic Journeys between Media
Keywords:Madeleine Campbell, Ricarda Vidal, creative and performing arts and design, CPAD, intersemiotic translation, practice of translation
Translating across Sensory and Linguistic Borders: Intersemiotic Journeys between Media (2019) is a volume of research in CPAD that is concerned in its practice with intersemiotic translation. Edited by Madeleine Campbell and Ricarda Vidal and authored by a number of practitioners who combine research, creativity and translation, the book offers a stimulating, re-constructivist approach to the practice of translation (often taken or expected by non-practitioners to be an objective, mechanical process) through integrating it into the kind of practice mentioned above as characteristic of artistic research.
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