Decolonial Ecologies by Joanna Page

Decolonial Ecologies by Joanna Page

I’m excited to have my work featured in this fantastic academic publication brilliantly written and researched: Decolonial Ecologies: The Reinvention of Natural History in Latin American Art by Joanna Page.

The author is Professor Joanna Page, Director of CRASSH (Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities) and Professor of Latin American Studies at the University of Cambridge. Her research interests are generally connected to the relationship between science and culture in Latin America, but she has also worked on questions of memory, modernity, capitalism, posthumanism, new materialism, decoloniality, ecology, and environmental thought.


Photo credit: Carlos Velásquez


I am very grateful for her writing and contextualizing of my work On the Marriages of Plantsshown in 2018 at the exhibition Human non Human exhibited at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, curated by Kathy Dwyer and Lizzie Muller.


Read an excerpt of the publication here.