#BanatLoves Mona Hatoum, a Palestinian video and installation artist living in London. Her work stems from her own experiences of displacement by conflict, and the impact of displacement, fear, and migration on perceptions and identity. Her work often takes on motifs of movement, travel, and discovery, combining a variety of media from metal, light and glass to bodily material such as hair and everyday objects. Concerning different and diverse issues, ranging from politics and gender to domesticity and our relationship to space, her works elicit multiple interpretations through challenging ways of thinking and schema. Through the juxtaposition of opposites together, such as beauty and horror, her imposing sculptures and installations undercut the perception of reality and highlight the inevitably conflicting relationships between desire, fascination, fear, and revulsion.