Books, Editions & Originals
Henner first produced this scale model of our solar system in 2011 and describes it as "perhaps the most perfect combination of subject, form, and aesthetic I'll ever produce."
In this twelve volume set of books, readers travel across the vast distance between the Sun and Pluto, encountering the planets, the asteroid belt and the huge void in-between.
Isle of You
Isle of You is an invitation to create a unique self-portrait that maps where you are now, where you came from, the events and people that have influenced you, the loved ones that give meaning to your existence, and the objects you can’t live without. Combining cartographic techniques with biographical details, the result is an island map like no other.
Photography Is presents more than 3,000 phrases that define one of the most democratic and ubiquitous of all art forms. Mirroring the ambiguous and untrustworthy nature of photographs themselves, each phrase in this book has been torn from the context in which it originally appeared. The result is contradictory and chaotic, frustrating and insightful. In short, it is photography without photographs.
Between 2012 and 2013, Henner produced a striking series of images of Feedlots acrosss the United States using satellite imagery availble in the public domain. These images quickly became iconic emblems of the environmental impact of intensive cattle farming operations on the land and on the links between human consumption and climate change.
Print editions of early paintings are regularly released and - like the paintings - are sold at the values depicted. Once they sell out, a new edition of the next painting is made.
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Rearranging Baldessari’s Balls in a Straight Line
The American conceptual artist John Baldessari was primarily known for his work featuring found photography and appropriated images and has been a significant influence on Henner's own work. In this facsimile reproduction of Baldessari's Throwing Three Balls in the Air to Get a Straight Line (Best of Thirty-Six Attempts), Henner succeeds in completing what Baldessari failed to achieve by rearranging his balls in a straight line using simple digital editing tools.