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bricolage (bree-ko-LAZH) noun
Something created using a mix of whatever happens to be available.
[From French bricolage (do-it-yourself job), from bricoler (to putter around, to do odd jobs), from bricole (trifle), from Italian briccola.]
"This, the last instalment of his so-called 'memoirs', is a rich and
ragged bricolage of notes and quotes."
"Mounted in the Institute's Orozco Gallery, the avant-garde art here
incorporates neon text, motion detectors, latex, video, site-specific
installation, found-object bricolage, photography and conceptual art --
and only in a few cases that old-fashioned thing called paint."
This week's theme: Miscellaneous words
I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made. -Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32nd US President (1882-1945)