Alison Hughes és Adriana Tortoriello brit fordítók és szövegírók arról beszélnek, hogy a kreatív szakmában mennyire érdemes eltávolodni a forrásszövegtől.
Arguably, all translation is a creative process but for the creative industries you can – and should – move away from the source. Alison and Adriana both translate creative texts, but Alison’s texts are more general and allow her to take considerable liberties while Adriana works with tight constraints such as space, images and genre-specific conventions. They will touch on both aspects of creative translation, giving specific examples.
Alison will speak about freedoms in creative translation:
Adriana will focus on the constraints of creative translation, the interaction of verbal and nonverbal elements in texts and genre-specific conventions. Semiotically complex texts need to be approached by the translator in a very specific way, in order to: