Associativity is ubiquitous in mathematics. Unlike commutativity, its more popular cousin, associativity has for the most part taken a backseat in importance. But over the past few decades, associativity has blossomed and matured, appearing in theories of particle collisions, elliptic curves, and enumerative geometry. We start with a brief look at this history, and then explore the visualization of associativity in the forms of polytopes, manifolds, and complexes. This talk is heavily infused with imagery and concrete examples.