Stephanie LeMenager is a pioneer in the critical theory of petromodernity and a professor in the University of Oregon’s English Department. She co-founded the environmental humanities journal Resilience and has been a member of After Oil, a Canada-based research and public outreach collective, since the early 2010s. Her book Living Oil: Petroleum Culture in the American Century (2014) sums up what it means to live in the age of hydrocarbons from a cultural theoretical position.
Cinematographic multi-channel installation
2017, Fri, Dec 01