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Eighteen Pumpjacks, 2012Archival pigment prints on 310gsm matt textured paper.
Presented in a buckram cloth covered portfolio case.
Prints 15.7x13 inches (40x33cm). Porfolio 16.5x13.6x1 inches (42x34.5x2.5cm). Softcover print-on-demand book, 5x8 inches (12.7x20.3cm)
Pumpjacks across the United States of America captured using satellite imagery. Image captions include an API number [a unique identifier assigned to each pumpjack by the American Petroleum Institute], the oil field name, and the State in which the pumpjack is located.



Mishka Henner Uses Google Earth as Muse, Philip Gefter, New York Times
Eighteen Pumpjacks: A Look at Oil on the American Landscape, Time Magazine
Disturbing Photos of American Oilfields Look Like Abstract Expressionism, Vice Magazine
Big Oil Seems Downright Puny When Seen From Space, Doug Bierend, Wired