Figure 2. Table and wooden loom with woven hair. 1995.
Figure 3. Keffieh 1993-9. Hair on cotton fabric. 120 x 120. Commissioned by the French Ministry of Culture; produced in partnership with the embroidery programme (CAP Broderie) at the Lycee Professionnel Regional Gilles Jamain, Rochefort-sur-Mer, as part of the ‘Metissages’ project.
In her current exhibition at Tate Modern, Mona Hatoum’s practice explores her interest in political unrest. Her large scale installations include light bulbs, electricity, barbed wire and cages providing for a unique approach to political art. 56 more words