Can art be experienced by touch? What role has the tactile dimension in our experience of art? Museum Tinguely continues its series on the role of the human senses in the arts with a group exhibition presenting works focusing on the many facets of our haptic perception. The varied trail, encompassing many centuries, invites visitors to partake in direct tactile experiences and requires our ability of ‘embodiment’. Baroque allegories, the avant-garde with Marcel Duchamp, body-related art forms of the 1960s and 1970s (among others, Valie Export, Bruce Nauman), and contemporary positions (among others, Pipilotti Rist, Pedro Reyes, Ana Mendieta) form focuses of the exhibition.