The word ‘ecology’ refers not simply to our natural environment,
yet to the relationships formed within it.  

We see ecology as configurations of interrelated beings and histories
unfolding together on earth.

The Interrelational Ecology Salon is an intimate setting to engage with the work of artists and thinkers
reflecting across themes of critical ecology, postcoloniality, animality, feminism and critical race theory.
We invite frontline activists, artist-researchers, and situated scholars
to join in unfolding conversations about our earth.

We come together at the moment with invited speakers' presentations and discussion.

We welcome everybody interested in joining.

During the 2020-2021 year all sessions will be on zoom and if possible,
recordings will be posted on this website.
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cofounded by artists 
Terike Haapoja and Rania Lee Khalil

with support from the emergency praxis collective