“These pictures were made by stitching together hundreds of high-resolution screen shots from publicly accessible satellite imaging software. The results are prints of great clarity and detail that capture the effects of feedlots on the land. The meat industry is a subject loaded with a moral and ethical charge. But when I think of these pictures, I don't just see gigantic farms, I see an attitude toward life and death that exists throughout contemporary culture.” — Mishka Henner
The sharp and vivid details visible in Henner's large scale Feedlots prints are also evident in these museum-quality pigment prints, printed on 325 gsm Hahnemühle Baryta paper. Each print is stamped, numbered and dated, and is supplied unframed.