Since the beginning of the millennium, Henrik Spohler has thematised the consequences of modern economic globalization in his photo series. A total of five groups of works are dedicated to the technical infrastructures of a newly emerging information age, the changed world of work in increasingly automated industrial production, the consequences of industrial agriculture, the hubs of global trade or basic research as a motor for future progress. The projects have been published as monographs and exhibitions.
Another field is the photographic examination of culturally shaped landscapes. For example, the series Parc du Doubs in western Switzerland was created as part of a residency programme. The newly published project Flatlands is dedicated to the Dutch landscape.