SITUATED ECOLOGIES gathers art, design and research collaborations to contest and democratise ecologies.

Teaching the film ONE TABLE TWO ELEPHANTS: A resource for online teaching about postcolonial ecologies and Southern urbanism #Teaching1T2E


Against ‘participation’: A reflection by Matthew Varco on the film “Killing Aliens Everyday” (Von Heland & Ernstson)

Against ‘participation’ I watched Jacob von Heland and Henrik Ernstson’s research film Killing Aliens Everyday (2016, 16 minutes) as part of a session on ‘Plant Spaces, Vegetal Places’ at the 2020 Read more


Coloniality of Nature, the Postcolonial City, and Film as Decolonial Dialectic: A review by Ruben Hordijk of the film “One Table Two Elephants”

This review was first published at Antipode Online on April 20, 2020 as open access and re-published here. * Coloniality of Nature, the Postcolonial City, and Film as Decolonial Dialectic Read more