Mona Hatoum: Remains to be seen

The White Cube Bermondsey presents a great exhibition of Mona Hatoum’s work. Comprised mostly of monotone geometic forms in a range of sizes, I was particularly taken with the magnetic ‘Dark Matter’ and gridlike ‘Remains to be Seen’.

PIeces of concrete are suspended between lengths of steel in a regular grid pattern.
Remains to be Seen, 2019, by Mona Hatoum
A large mobile made from sheets of glass cut in to shapes of continents, forming a glass map of the world.
Map (mobile), 2019, by Mona Hatoum
A sphere is formed by several large rings of steel intersecting each other. At each intersection is a clump of rough concrete.
Orbital I, 2018, by Mona Hatoum
A set of furniture against a white wall. The furniture is heavily burned and missing in places.
Remains of the Day, 2016 - 2018, by Mona Hatoum
A large black sphere in the corner of a white room. The sphere has a complex detailed texture. The texture is made from iron filings attracted to the sphere.
Dark Matter, 2019, by Mona Hatoum
A large black sphere in the corner of a white room. The sphere has a complex detailed texture. The texture is made from iron filings attracted to the sphere.
Dark Matter, 2019, by Mona Hatoum
A close macro of the artwork, showing a detailed texture made from iron filings. The texture is made from iron filings attracted to the sphere.
Dark Matter, 2019, by Mona Hatoum
A model globe made from red neon tubes.
Hot Spot (stand), 2018, by Mona Hatoum