Mona Hatoum, Tate Modern, London, UK
Impenetrable 2009 - Mona Hatoum a new Tate Modern exhibition. It presents around 100 works from the 1980s to the present day, including early performances and video, sculpture, installation, photography and works on paper. Mona Hatoum runs from 4 May to 21 August 2016.
Highlights include: Large-scale installations that fill entire rooms, including Impenetrable 2009, a suspended square formed of hundreds of delicate rods of barbed wire which hover above the floor, and Light Sentence 1992, in which walls of wire mesh lockers and a single lightbulb cast constantly moving shadows; Hot Spot 2013, a giant globe that uses red neon to outline the contours of the continents; a kinetic sculpture in which a rotating motor-driven arm draws circular lines across a large sandpit; and Homebound 2000, an installation of kitchen utensils and furniture which buzzes with electricity