Mona Hatoum | Exhibition Catalogue

A reference book on Mona Hatoum !

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Mona Hatoum
Topics
Fine arts

Description

Born in Beirut in 1952 and now living between London and Berlin, Mona Hatoum questions body limits, be they human or social.
Her works are made out of organic and industrial materials such as pieces of hair, body fluids or wire netting. Electricity, magnetism, temperature, sound and video are all elements that can be added to her artworks to bring more efficiently the viewer into the center of the scene.
Enriched with articles by prominent specialists, this reference book sheds light on the work of this exceptional video and installation artist and provides keys for understanding.

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Directed by Christine Van Assche
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
24.5 x 30
Publication year
2015
Number of pages
192
Number of illustrations
250
EAN
9782844267115

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