Monday, October 11, 2010
Assemblage art is hard to define, because most assemblage art is unique and created using different materials. The art itself can vary wildly from one piece to the next, and one artist to the next as well.The best way I can describe it is the art of taking diffrent materials,objects, pieces of of objects to create something new, which can resemble something,or be completely abstract.
And anything in between.There really are no rules assemblage art, which is possibly it's biggest appeal.Marcel Duchamp, John Dubuffet, Jaseph Cornell and Dale Copeland have all made grat contributions in the world of assemblage sculptures.First assemblage sculpture: Duchamp's first ready-made with a toilet urinal and bottle rock.While the orjinal artwork was lost, a replica is now housed at the Philadelphiai
Assemblage is an artistic process. It has a three dimensional artistic composition.It is made from putting together found objects. 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 newspaper, acquires aesthetic or symbolic meanings within the context of the whole work, it may retain something of its orginial identity. Some of these objects are junk from the streets. It is doubtful that this from of art could have existed before the 20th century.We needed copius stuff to have this art form.