The sound of a pig at a slaughterhouse is somewhere between a scream and a roar. Whirring industrial fans, beeping machinery, and shouting workers add to the hellish chaos.
In recent months following the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the world has been introduced to “wet markets”. They are places common across Asia for all things perishable, such as fruits, vegetables, and – most notably – animals, dead or alive.
We Animals Media's Australian correspondent Anna Mackiewicz tracks live export from her homeland to the Middle East, and across borders worldwide.
CENSORED LANDSCAPES, a project by artist Isabella La Rocca González, consists of large scale photographic landscapes that include sites of animal agriculture.
For the past fifteen years, my work as an animal photojournalist has taken me through the world of dairy production, far beyond the marketing campaigns, and taught me an entirely different story about milk.
We are disconnected from what we eat and who we eat, and from the extent of suffering that billions of animals are subjected to.