Dear colleagues and friends,

with low mileage, I dared write an essay entitled Assemblages: the entrails explained.

To my surprise, it was accepted and is now published in the Axon Journal (open access).

Please enjoy reading.

http://www.axonjournal.com.au/issue-9/assemblages

Drager Meurtant

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Good for you, and thanks for introducing us to that journal as well!

well done ;-) 

A perfect description and explanation of what an Assemblage is just as I was preparing to do an Assemblage as a guest artist at our local prestige gallery.  Out of 30 artists, they were all good and all different.  Each artist was given a box ( 12" x 12" stretched canvas) and a package of 10 items/paper/fabric to come up with their own theme using all or just a portion of those ten items, along with their own contributions to finalize and give a name to their piece.  It was amazing to see the interpretation and final piece that each and every one of the artists came up with. 

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Thank you Kaye. Started by formulating my early experience in making assemblages, and mixed this with texts from others (book by William Seitz was a great addition). With the admiration for David Smith and Joan Miro: "voila". Of course, it's all born out of curiosity, the artist's greatest gift.

regards, Drager 

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