Definitions for "Assemblage"
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 group of fossils or minerals. A group of fossils that occur at the same stratigraphic level are called a fossil assemblage. A group of minerals formed in a specific pressure/temperature zone are called a mineral assemblage.
( as·SEM·blage). In an archaeological sense an assemblage consists of a number of artifacts, including their context in space and time, existing together.
"[A] group of people together with their linguistically relevant surroundings involved in particular communicative behavior" (86). An assemblage exists in the physical world and corresponds to the theoretical construct of linkage. A person as a real physical object corresponds to the theoretical construct of a communicating individual. The linguistically relevant surroundings include energy and means of energy flow, physical objects, and other parts of the surroundings. These correspond to the theoretical constructs of channels, props, and setting. See Real physical objects vs. theoretical constructs. Cf. Linkage.
The combining of two or more parcels, usually but not necessarily contiguous, into one ownership or use.
A collection of two or more parcels by one property owner. The buyer may (but not always) pay a premium over the market value because of the buyer’s special motivations associated with the buyer’s use of the combined parcels.
The combining of two or more adjoining lots into a single large lot. Often the purpose of bringing a number of lots together under one ownership is to allow a developer/investor to construct a large building or buildings on a single lot. By assembling the lots, the single value of the one large lot is often greater than the total single values of each of the smaller lots.
A blend of base wines to create the final cuvée.
The blending of wines, particularly finer wines. See also, coupage. France Wine Terminology- Dallas Bartenders- Beverage Catering
The blending of cognac distillates of different origins and ages; also refers to blend itself.
A collection of cultural materials from a sampling area or unit, such as a site, pit, or level.
a "site at which a discursive formation intersects with material practices" (Jonathan Crary, Techniques of the Observor, p
Keywords:  autochrome, atmosphere
Atmosphere Autochrome
The act of assembling, or the state of being assembled; association.
an association of interacting populations of organisms in a given waterbody
A collection of individuals, or of individuals, or of particular things; as, a political assemblage; an assemblage of ideas.
Keywords:  assembly, social, demanded, act, right
the social act of assembling; "they demanded the right of assembly"
Keywords:  community, term, see
See term, "Community."