The risk with collage is that it can seem slapdash or myopic, its meaning opaque to anyone but the artist.
An Afghan instructor explained the concept of collage in Dari.
“I heard the song in a collage that NBC put together following the 2000 Olympics,” he explained.
From his graffiti, Snow evolved into Dada-like collage and photography.
But Bomb is content to be a sketchbook, a collage of ideas and scenes—a memoir.
collage, as a technique, anticipates the generalized stage of sampling and compositing.
He held in horror this shameful half-marriage that the language of slang had baptized, as with a stain: collage.
The method of collage employed at the Abbey of Hautvillers is said to have preserved the wines from this evil.
The artistic technique of collage is based on a logic of choices beyond those of realistic representations.
The 143 collage system is also very prevalent in France among the working classes, and seems to answer well enough.
1919, from French collage "a pasting," from Old French coller "to glue," from Greek kolla "glue." Earliest reference is in Wyndham Lewis.