Image Ecology offers a survey of new approaches to environmental photography. In an attempt to document the systemic causes of the climate crisis, the works in the exhibition explore their own material and social conditions. The exhibition disentangles photography as an ecological practice, a medium that is defined as much by the nexus of material, labour, energy, and waste that its production and circulation require as by what it represents. Featuring an extensive essay by environmental historian Jason W. Moore, and contributions by over a dozen international writers, the catalogue unpacks its own production process: from material supply chains to working conditions to wrapping and postage. Made possible by the Crespo Foundation.