Pascal Marcel Dreier is an artist and academic researcher working on more-than-human geographies in relation to the agro-industrial complex and popular aesthetic phenomena. 








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Treefence
2022
Multi-channel video installation focusing on the general ecology of slaughter-houses.    ︎︎︎Excerpt
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2022, In Progress

nonhuman.space
2021
A server to crawl masses of animal-tracking data from the animal industry’s servers, not only archiving them but turning masses of “body-data” into space – creating a star-system,  a more-than-human cemetery, nonhuman space.        ︎︎︎Website

The Hauling
2021
In the modern sense, "to haul" simply means "to transport". But etymologically it also describes a "forcible pulling". Who pulls the animals from stop to stop? And what practices / bodily techniques are involved? "The Hauling" takes a look at American truckers, their trucks and how they treat the animals.

Arrival
2020
A truck loaded with pigs arrives at a slaughterhouse. It waits at the gate for a brief moment, then disappears. Another truck arrives. Repeat.

Subaquatic Soundscapes
2020
Marine animals are embedded in soundscapes shaped by humans. Markets are noisy spaces, as are oceans, and the sounds involved in animal experiments are not published with them. I combine unheard lab material with underwater-recordings of fish market aquariums, and videos documenting animal resistance.     ︎︎︎Excerpt
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2020
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