Vertaalde praktijken: Culturele interferenties tussen Europa en Venezuela

Translated title of the contribution: Translating Practices: Cultural Interferences Between Europe and Venezuela

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Abstract

Door voortdurende crises is Venezuela de afgelopen decennia veranderd. Historisch gezien een gastland, is het nu een van ‘s werelds grootste leveranciers van migranten, naast Syrië en Oekraïne. Veel van de kennis die naar Europa emigrerende Venezolaanse architecten hebben meegebracht, is in hun nieuwe professionele omgeving getransformeerd, gemodificeerd en gegroeid. Geïmporteerde ideeën manifesteren zich echter niet altijd even helder; ze zijn immers omgeven door een grote hoeveelheid culturele verschillen tussen twee realiteiten.

Constant crises have transformed Venezuela in recent decades. Historically a host country, it is now one of the world's largest suppliers of migrants, along with Syria and Ukraine. Much of the knowledge brought by Venezuelan architects emigrating to Europe has been transformed, modified and grown in their new professional environment. However, the manifestation of imported ideas is not always obvious amid the many cultural differences between the two realities.
Translated title of the contributionTranslating Practices: Cultural Interferences Between Europe and Venezuela
Original languageDutch
Pages (from-to)100-107
Number of pages8
JournalOase: tijdschrift voor architectuur
Issue number115
Publication statusPublished - 2023

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