A major new exhibition exploring humanity's impact on climate change will begin at Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre next month.

In 2019,  the museum acquired seven photographic prints by Daniel Steegmann Mangrane called “Le Pensée Ferale”.

This was done with the support of the Sfumato Foundation and Art Fund, and the assistance of Liverpool Biennial.

The photographs are the starting point for the exhibition, “Le Pensée Ferale”, which explores how the once domesticated dogs of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil 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 humans have had on the place they once lived.

The work raises questions about subjectivity and our attitude towards our environment, reinforcing the theme that nature is not without perception or feeling.

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The exhibition, which opens on Saturday, March 4, also features work by Mishka Henner, Brigitte Jurack, Hilary Jack, Shezad Dawood, McCoy Wynne, Mark Mcleish, Pamela Schilderman, Emmie Shaw-Peake, Bob Bicknell-Knight and Stephen Walton.

Funded by Arts Council England, the exhibition will run until October 21.

The museum is open 10am to 5pm Tuesday to Friday and from 10am to 4.30pm on Saturday.

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