While queer sexuality is frequently criticized as a crime against nature, nature is exploited and considered lower than culture. The term “queer ecology” refers to a loose, interdisciplinary constellation of practices that aim, in different ways, to disrupt prevailing heterosexist notions and institutional articulations of sexuality and nature.
The book, designed by Xinyi Shao, explores queer ecology through multiple angles, including ecofeminism, queer archaeology, biopolitics, psychology, and biotechnology. Rich and wide range of materials were curated and contained in the form of book to provide informed and compelling experience. By exploring this subject from diverse perspectives, the project aims to contribute to an ongoing conversation about the role of queer ecology in shaping our understanding of the world around us.