With the exhibition ›Mona Hatoum‹, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.) presents the multifaceted work of Beirut-born London based artist Mona Hatoum in collaboration with Kindl—Centre for Contemporary Art and Georg Kolbe Museum. Hatoum is considered one of the most important and influential artists of her generation. Her performances, videos, photographs, sculptures, installations and works on paper deal with issues of displacement, marginalisation, exclusion and state control – themes she examines against the backdrop of both her own biography and current societal developments. The exhibition at n.b.k. focuses on Hatoum’s dealings with the physical and psychological implications of structural repression through both domestic scenes as well as global scenarios. Hatoum transforms objects from the domestic sphere into objects of potential threat and uses cartographic formats to address the fluctuation of people through flight and migration.

Curators: Marius Babias, Kathrin Becker, Julia Wallner

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