Posthuman Photography

In Marco Bohr & Basia Sliwinska (eds.), The Evolution of The Image; Political Action and the Digital Self. London, U.K.: Routledge. pp. 100-112 (2018)

While the lens based image can be seen as a simple manifestation of our ability to make records and to document, it is also a philosophical meditation on the specific power visuality, and its unique ability to shape ethical, moral and aesthetic perceptions.
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