Dylan Ravenfox is an animal-mixed media artist, poet, writer and activist.  His temporal mediums, including film, multi-channel projection, sculpture, ceramics,  signage, and performance have been exhibited at myriad spaces including the  Cantor Fitgerald Gallery. He recently graduated from Haverford College with a degree in English and wrote his honors thesis with Kimberly Benston on the language of race, animality and pain in the hybrid science-fiction of H. G. Wells (see link). His poem, “Canvas” is featured in the anthology “Where We Are, What We See,” and his review of Karen Davis’s “Inside Look at the Modern Poultry Industry” was published in  the Journal for Critical Animal Studies, Volume VIII. Dylan continues to create temporal and site-specific artworks as well as self-publish critical review, short fiction, and poetry.