For Man is Coming Here

Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre, Bury
4 March - 21 October 2023
Free to all

This exhibition explores climate change caused by humans' negative impact on the planet.

In 2019 Bury Art Museum acquired seven photographic prints by Daniel Steegmann Mangrané called “Le Pensée Feral”, with the support of the Sfumato Foundation and Art Fund, and the assistance of Liverpool Biennial.

These photographs are the starting point for this exhibition. “Le Pensée Feral” explores how the once domesticated dogs of Rio de Janeiro now live in a feral state in the world’s largest urban forest, located in the Tijuca National Park, in order to survive the impact man has had on the place they once lived. The work raises questions about subjectivity and our attitude towards our environment, reinforcing that nature is not without perception or feeling.

The exhibition explores climate change cause by man’s negative impact on the planet. It features work by artist whose work explores this theme and promotes climate action. This group exhibition will include works by Mishka Henner, Brigitte Jurack, Hilary Jack, Shezad Dawood, McCoy Wynne, Mark Mcleish, Pamela Schilderman, Emmie Shaw-Peake, Bob Bicknell-Knight and Stephen Walton.

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