Assemblage

A group of artifacts which represent a culture. A group of artifacts related to each other based upon some recovery from a common archaeological context. Assemblage examples are artifacts from a site or feature.

Assemblage

a three dimensional picture made of different materials, usually of everyday use.

Assemblage

[composition] Assemblage refers to a text `built primarily and explicitly from existing texts to solve a writing or communication problem in a new context`. The concept was first proposed by Johndan Johnson-Eilola (author of Datacloud) and Stuart Selber in the journal Computers & Composition in 2007. The notion of assemblages builds on remi...
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Assemblage

Refers to the total number of minerals included in a metamorphic rock
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assemblage

In the visual arts, any three-dimensional work of art constructed of various, and often unusual, materials, or found objects. The term was first used in the 1950s by French painter Jean
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assemblage

A collection of artefacts that can be considered a single analytic unit, occurring in archaeology, together at a particular time and place. ...
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Assemblage

The use of non-art elements, often junk and/or debris, to form a work of art; works so produced
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Assemblage

An assemblage is a word used by archaeologists to describe a group of objects that have been found together. For example, a number of fragments of Roman pottery might be called a pottery assemblage.
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Assemblage

Art made by assembling disparate elements often scavenged by the artist, sometimes bought specially. The practice goes back to Picasso's Cubist constructions, the three dimensional works he began to make from 1912. An early example is his Still Life 1914 which is made from scraps of wood and a length of tablecloth fringing, glued together and paint...
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Assemblage

An integrated group of species inhabiting a given area; the organisms within a community influence one another's distribution, abundance, and evolution. (A Human Community is a social group of any size whose members reside in a specific locality.)
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Assemblage

As·sem'blage noun [ Confer French assemblage . See Assemble .] 1. The act of assembling, or the state of being assembled; association. « In sweet assemblage every blooming grace. Fenton. » 2. A collection of individuals, or of individuals, or...
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Assemblage

• (n.) The act of assembling, or the state of being assembled; association. • (n.) A collection of individuals, or of individuals, or of particular things; as, a political assemblage; an assemblage of ideas.
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assemblage

in art, work produced by the incorporation of everyday objects into the composition. Although each non-art object, such as a piece of rope or ... [7 related articles]
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assemblage

assemblage 1. An assembling or being assembled. 2. Any gathering of people or things; a collection; an assembly. 3. A fitting together, as parts of a machine. 4. A work of art created by assembling materials and objects; also, the technique of making such works.
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Assemblage

a set of organisms whose pattern of organization (with respect to competition, predation, mutualism, etc.) is unknown (Giller and Gee 1987:537) (cf Community).
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assemblage

An assemblage is a sculpture constructed from found objects. Typically an assemblage does not disguise the original objects used, rather it either tries to show them in a new light, or forms a figurative sculpture from the collection of shapes.
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Assemblage

a set of organisms whose pattern of organization (with respect to competition, predation, mutualism, etc.) is unknown (Giller and Gee 1980:537) (cf Community).
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assemblage

(art) In the visual arts, any three-dimensional work of art constructed of various, and often unusual, materials, or found objects. The term was first used in the 1950s by French painter Jean Dubuffet to describe his collages and figures created from pieces of wood, sponge, paper, and glue...
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Assemblage

The blending together of component wine lots to form a final composite intended for bottling, for aging, for sparkling wine production or for some other use by the winemaker. Also the name given to formal membership conclaves of the wine fraternity "Knights of the Vine."
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Assemblage

technique of creating sculpture by combining various elements. Often constructed, it may include found objects (objets trouvées) and/or elements modelled or carved by the artist. See also Construction
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ASSEMBLAGE

The technique of creating a sculpture by joining together individual pieces or segments, sometimes “found” objects that originally served another purpose.
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assemblage

Sculpture using preexisting, sometimes "found" objects that may or may not contribute their original identities to the total content of the work.
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Assemblage

Assemblage is a term with uses in several fields: ...
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Assemblage

[journal] Assemblage was an architectural theory journal published by MIT Press from 1986 to 2000. Forty-one issues were published in total and its full-text is searchable on JSTOR. ==History== K. Michael Hays and Alicia Kennedy served as the main editors for all 41 issues. The original consulting editors were Mary McLeod, Mark Rakatansky, ...
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Assemblage

[art] Assemblage is an artistic process. In the visual arts, it consists of making three-dimensional or two-dimensional artistic compositions by putting together found objects. In literature, assemblage refers to a text `built primarily and explicitly from existing texts in order to solve a writing or communication problem in a new context`...
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