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Mona Hatoum (Arabic: منى حاطوم‎; born 1952) is a Palestinian multimedia and installation artist who lives in London.
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Hatoum's work has evolved from confrontational video works in the 1980s to more reflective Minimalist works in the 1990s. Her works often include endoscopic video footage from inside the artist's own body.
Palestinian, English, Middle Eastern, Lebanese, British
Artist, Installation Artist, Performance Artist, Sculptor, Video Artist
Mona Hatoum, Mona Joseph Hatoum, Mūnā H̲ātūm, Muná Ḥāṭūm
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