An art object that uses three-dimensional found objects. An extension of collage, this technique became popular towards the end of the 1950s.
Sculpture using preexisting, sometimes "found" objects that may or may not contribute their original identities to the total content of the work.
three dimensional art works 'assembled' from a variety of existing objects and materials.
A piece of art that contains various three-dimensional objects. It can be sculptural (to stand on the floor) or made for putting in a frame, on the wall.
Everyday objects combined into a 3D image.
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
Found objects and materials, such as cloth, wood and metal, arranged to form a sculptural work.
Three-dimensional work of art consisting of many pieces assembled together.
a three dimensional picture made of different materials, usually of everyday use.
sculpture consisting of different objects and materials arranged in a unified 3-D composition
Three-dimensional art constructed from combined materials.
3-Dimentional (3D) objects fixed to the surface of an object. Often used in correlation to the terms montage and collage. In stamping, raised stickers and objects can be stamped or glued to the surface of paper for elemental or embellishment purposes.
Three dimensional objects glued to a surface, and often used in conjunction with collage work. Articles such as buttons, dominos, old keys, checker pieces, scrabble pieces, chain etc can be used to create themed images.
The making of a sculpture or other three-dimensional art piece from a variety of materials. Compare collage, montage.
The technique of creating a sculpture by joining together individual pieces or segments, sometimes “found” objects that originally served another purpose.
An artwork created by gathering together and manipulating found objects and other three-dimensional items. The technique of assemblage was especially popular in the first half of the twentieth century.
A sculptural work of art usually comprised of found objects, these works often re-frame everyday materials as fine art. See collage.
Any sculpture or design formed with a variety of materials, sometimes accented by painting, drawing or photography.
3-dimensional objects attached to a flat surface; sometimes used in conjunction with collage and montage. Close Window
a work of art made from a collection of particular things put together in a certain way; a sculpture that has many parts.
A three-dimensional collage created from a group of everyday objects, many times pre-made and put together in a specific way.
A technique of arranging and assembling unrelated objects, parts, and materials to form a sculptural collage.
A three-dimensional composition in which a collection of objects is unified in a sculptural work.
A modernist art term descriptive of three-dimensional work composed of various materials that are seemingly unrelated but create an overall unity.
A 3-D collage often constructed of found objects and involving mixed media.
A sculptural artwork made by assembling three-dimensional found objects and materials.
Assemblage is an artistic process in which a three-dimensional artistic composition is made from putting together found objects.