Ecocritical art in times of climate change : tracing ecological relationships between humans and nonhumans through the hyperextension of objects

@inproceedings{Martin2015EcocriticalAI,
  title={Ecocritical art in times of climate change : tracing ecological relationships between humans and nonhumans through the hyperextension of objects},
  author={Julia Martin},
  year={2015}
}
In recent years, climate change has expanded from a scientific to a broadly cultural concern, fundamentally questioning ideas of nature, society, and ecology. This thesis looks at the contribution of eco-art to the discussions, which seems to lag behind current discourses in ecocriticism. An analysis of selected "climate change exhibitions" shows that, despite its intentions, much of eco-art keeps recreating the modernist Nature-Society dualism which ecocriticism sees as the main obstacle… Expand