Canvas Bonding with Adhesive Meshes

Mona Konietzny, Karolina Soppa & Ursula Haller
A new approach allows the use of water-soluble adhesives for joining canvases by lowering the water input: adhesive meshes consist of pure binding media – gelatine, sturgeon glue or methyl cellulose – in the form of a very fine and flexible grid. These are produced by filling aqueous adhesive gels into a silicone mould with the imprint of a polyester monofilament mesh. The dried adhesive meshes are then positioned at the joint and activated in...
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