Molecules That Matter

Molecules that Matter explored ten organic molecules that profoundly altered the twentieth century. The molecules were juxtaposed with contemporary art works and a wide range of objects and ephemera. Organized in collaboration with the Chemical Heritage Foundation of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Traveled to Chemical Heritage Foundation, College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster, Ohio, and Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa.
Tang, co-published with the Chemical Heritage Foundation
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Barbara Glauber, Hilary Greenbaum, and Erika Nishizato / Heavy Meta
Editors and Authors
Edited by Raymond J. Giguere; Essays by Mary Ellen Bowden, Raymond J. Giguere, Daniel R. Goldberg, Neil Gussman, Robert J. Hargrove, Hassan H. López, Mary 
C. Lynn, Jeffrey Meikle, Cyrus Mody, Vasantha Narasimhan, and Audra J. Wolfe
John Weber, the Tang Museum’s Dayton Director, and Raymond J. Giguere, Class of 1962 Term Professor of Chemistry, Skidmore College


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