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- n. Plural form of bricolage.
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They return the compliment, creating astounding bricolages and assemblages which express both the despair and the seemingly endless creativity of Haiti and Vodou.
The Killers 'albums are bricolages of these influences, and the singer more a persona than a personality.
What I like so much about Youtube bricolages is that they address two senses at once.
Tous ces procédés sont des bricolages, les morceaux de papier pris sur des nappes au déjeuner, dans les pages "notes" des agendas, mais ils sont la base d'un processus de mémorisation, d'appropriation personnelle.
His first novel, Desolation Road, mapped Bradbury’s Mars onto Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude; later novels and stories featured Africa as a venue for transformative biotech and alien invasions; all showcased his ability to use cut-ups and mixmastered imagery appropriated from the vast storehouse of science fiction and the vaster stores of the happening world to create vivid bricolages crammed with eyekicks, to do the police in a variety of voices.