Etymology: French, literally, gluing, from coller to glue, from colle glue, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin colla, from Greek kolla
Pronunciation: män-'täzh, mOn(n)-, -'t[a']zh
Etymology: French, from monter to mount
Originally a term in cinematography
a: The technique of combining pictorial elements from various sources, as parts of different photographs or fragments of printing, either to give the illusion that the elements belonged together originally or to allow each element to retain its separate identity as a means of adding interest or meaning to the composition.
b: A single pictorial composition made by juxtaposing or superimposing many pictures or designs.
Pronunciation: &-'sem-blij, for 3 also "a-"säm-'bläzh
a: A three-dimensional composition made of various materials such as found objects, paper, wood, and textiles.
Anything you can think of to make into a 3-D sculptural piece!