Mona hatoums works explore themes of home and displacement through the perspective of the palestinian exile using common domestic objects that often on closer inspection reveal menacing qualities hatoums collection of sculptures and installations incorporates motifs of containment and violence from steel cages read more. Mona hatoum was born in beirut to palestinian family in 1952 she lives in london in the late 1980s she began to make installations and sculptures in a wide range of materials these often use the grid or geometric forms to reference to systems of control within society she has made a number of . Mona hatoums poetic and political oeuvre is realised in a diverse and often unconventional range of media including installation sculpture video photography and works on paper hatoum first became widely known in the mid 1980s for a series of performance and video works that focused
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