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  1. Assemblage: an artistic process in which a three-dimensional artistic composition is made from putting together found objects.

  2. Marcel Duchamp Dada Artist

  3. Marcel Duchamp

  4. Louise Nevelson   American, born Russia, 1900-1988 Sky Cathedral, 1958wood, painted black, 115 x 135 x 20"

  5. "Mirror-Shadow VIII, 1985"

  6. Dan Levin

  7. Dan Levin

  8. Joseph Cornell

  9. Joseph Cornell

  10. Joseph Cornell

  11. Claudia von der Heydt

  12. Dale Copeland

  13. Jerry Jackson

  14. Jerry Jackson

  15. Leo Kaplan

  16. Kaplan

  17. Lucas Samaras self-portrait

  18. Lucas Samaras Box #61  1967 Inside this box is a photograph of the artist's face with pins stuck at regular intervals along the contours of his cheek, moustache and mouth. According to Samaras 'the pins are lines, marks and dots, they create a net pattern which gives a strange illusion'. The artist's father was a shoemaker and, as a child, he often played at his aunt's dress shop: 'The pin is to an extent a part of the family.' For Samaras, the box represents an equivalent to the human body and he responds to other objects similarly:

  19. Box 48

  20. Robert Rauschenberg Combines

  21. Robert Rauschenberg

  22. Robert Rauschenberg

  23. Robert Rauschenberg

  24. Peggy Deans Earle

  25. Peggy Deans Earle

  26. Often called “junk art”, assemblage is the process of creating sculpture using found objects. For this assignment you will use the additive process to create a non-representational self-portrait. This means that you will create a sculpture that symbolizes you but does not actually look like you. Keep the Elements and Principles of art in mind as you work. Consider what your Emphasis will be. How can you create Movement? Will your work be Harmonious or have a strong Contrast? Space and the use of Light are important! Make sure your are creating sculpture that is interesting from all sides (in the round). When you are collecting objects think about how you could attach them to each other.

  27. Questions to ask your self: • Who am I as a person? • What are my beliefs? • What imagery would best describe me? • Will I use a container (box, vase etc.) • Will I add drawing or painting? (note this should be done only if it will enhance your piece, don’t just cover areas with paint without planning.) • Are there objects I can bring from home?