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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Painting and drawing
collagecol‧lage /ˈkɒlɑːʒ $ kəˈlɑːʒ/ noun  1 [countable]AVP a picture made by sticking other pictures, photographs, cloth etc onto a surface2 [uncountable]AVP the art of making pictures in this way
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collageIt's a collage of delirious sound things you understand.The effect is often more of a complex aural collage than a medley of covers and originals.Scrap materials can be used for three-dimensional collage as well as model making.The importance of this kind of collage to Surrealist art was stressed by Ernst.Make a spring collage with pictures from magazines of animals and flowers.For all of them, collage is the most direct way of disrupting the ordered world of published images.Despite the disputed authorship of photomontage, its source, as with collage, was undeniably in the popular arts.Its decor is magical, the walls covered with photos of artists, actors and musicians, and tables covered with collages.
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