Madhusree Dutta: “As artists, we’ll have to be on our toes, and we’ll have to improvise”

“Hands”, Inspired by the pandemic-induced crisis in public life, in addition to showing 10 new works, pays tribute to the Jewish painter and minimalist sculptor and sociologist Charlotte Posenenske, who quite radically tried to redefine the art market by offering her art on the cheap, and is flanked by a series of workshops reflecting on our current state of affairs with a COVID glossary and on aspects of gamification and tactile sensibility.