Contemporary Visual Culture of Environmentalism
For my own personal reference, but I thought I’d make it public anyway.
Against the Anthropocene: Visual Culture and Environment Today
alternatively see Demos' essay here: https://www.fotomuseum.ch/en/explore/still-searching/articles/27013_against_the_anthropocene
Green Film Criticism and Its Futures
Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment
Overview of directions in "green" film criticism, and a good place to look for relevant texts.
Illuminating the Petrochemical Landscape
A review of projects that mix photography and environmental activism, including Petrochemical America, by Kate Orff and Richard Misrach.
In the late 1960s, Bay Area design activists sought to blend the aspirations of progressive architecture with new environmental imperatives — a goal that’s more relevant than ever.
Seeing Green: The Use and Abuse of American Environmental Images
University of Chicago Press
A pretty easy-going read, and goes along with his previous work, Natural Visions, which tackles the visual culture of American environmentalism from the Progressive Era to the 1970s.
Beyond Fluidity: A Cultural History of Cinema under Water
Helpful for her periodization of ocean/underwater films.
The Cinematic Aquarium: A History of Undersea Film
See especially Chapters 3 and 4.