The festival has been slated for early 2023, and will include a slate of public art installations at notable Mumbai landmarks, ticketed events at private galleries, panel discussions and workshops. Sahu hopes that the festival will not only offer artists a platform, but also bring new audiences into the fold of contemporary art patronage. “We are all fighting for people’s attention,” Sahu laughs, “It is very difficult to make someone look at a work of art, and you have to work with that reality. But when it comes to light-based installation or tech installation, people sit up and take notice, because it’s all so new. And then if even one out of a hundred of those people goes on to explore other works of art, that’s a win.”
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