The Leipziger artist Rigo Schmidt seems to know how to combine speciesism with biological racism in the unhidden form.
Through the reinforcing effect of objectifying an object by depicting it, an idea is being “worked out” and voluntarily and involuntarily revealed about a supposed interrelation of “Man”, “Animal”, and “Nature”. The concept of this triangle is totally devoid of soul and ethics. Only, the “white man”, and the “white man in fur” he depicts somewhere, and the controllability aspect conveyed by manifold paintings of dead animals as “being displayed” , are the values that get aestheticized. Nature is degraded, and if you are a human, you better be on the perpetrators or, put technically, on the destructors side, or you are a real “natural loser” … etc.
Check out his works on here, if you are interested in what I mean. Or whatever: