Decolonizing Nature. Contemporary Art and the Politics of Ecology

“With Decolonizing Nature, Demos extends his formidable intellectual project to a realm that has until recently often been characterized by varying degrees of naïveté, obscurantism, and indeed green-washing: the relationship between art and ecology. The first systematic study of its kind, Decolonizing Nature is an exemplary combination of militant research and contemporary art history that will resonate with activists on the front lines as much as those working in the art field, reframing the latter as a site of struggle in its own right as we come to terms with the so-called Anthropocene.”

—Yates McKee

Published by Sternberg Press, 2016
Design by Miriam Rech
Essays / Postcolonial Studies / Politics / Ecology

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