As a society, we buy and store vacuum packed parts of dead animals, packaged and advertised as food, and these are regarded as ordinary objects in everyday life. At this stage, they are simultaneously the bodies of deceased beings and a potential source of nourishment, though not just one or the other. This is when the products are most unnoticed yet most interesting, if observed. The packaging preserves freshness and nutrients but it also makes the death seem more vivid, and more readily available. It is something that is both grotesque and a source of sensory stimulation, even something to be regarded as tasty. Depending on the context, these objects can be seen either way. But the photographic representation depicts both perspectives, cropping certain elements and revealing others, questioning how we perceive what we see.