In The New Yorker — this image look familiar?

The New Yorker’s Frames from Fiction blog this week features a brief slideshow on the publication’s research of recent work in photography in relation to Karen Russell’s fiction story, “The Dredgeman’s Revelation.”

Of the 8 photos featured and discussed, one—the second—is the photo that appears on the cover of What Is Posthumanism? by Cary Wolfe, the eighth installment in UMP’s Posthumanities Series. See what photographer Allison Hunter had to say here.

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