POLYMERS IN ART THROUGH THE CENTURIES
POLYMERS IN ART THROUGH THE CENTURIES

Polymers are chemical compounds composed of small, identical molecules called monomers that link together to form repeating structural units that resemble chains. Some polymers, like cellulose, occur naturally, while others, such as acrylic or nylon, are artificial. Using examples from the Art & Science Museum’s collection, this exhibition provides a broad overview of polymers found in some of the most common materials as well as unexpected substances used in the making of art throughout the  centuries.Organized with the assistance of John Pojman, LSU Professor of Chemistry

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