People Against PETA

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People Against PETA

500.00

2012 | Printmaking | 11" x 17" (x6) | paper, meat hooks, chicken blood, government documents, metal

PIECE INCLUDES: 5 original prints, 10 meat hooks, 2 metal wall mounts

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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) was the inspiration for this piece. This six part documentation series proves that this non-profit organization, whose mission is to save animals of all kinds, in fact kills more animals than they ever help. At first glance the prints look innocent but they are in fact printed with animal blood and presented on slaughterhouse meat hooks. This symbolizes the façade the so-called saviors feed their misinformed followers.

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Documents contain:

• FBI file showing their involvement with ALF (a terrorist organization).

• A tax form showing the organization giving money to help pay lawyer fees to a convicted arsonist for blowing up a lab.

• Another tax form showing PETA collected $28 million to save the animals.

• An investigation report showing that they kill 94% of the animals they take in within the first 24 hours of their arrival.

• A document that shows how many animals PETA take in every year, how many they adopt out (12 on average) and how many they euthanized (almost 3,000) at this single location.

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Every document, all copy, and every splatter was created using actual chicken blood. The blood was collected in a humane way.

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