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This fall, a neat row of six cracked televisions suspended precisely one metre apart welcomed MOCA Toronto’s visitors as they entered the museum’s lobby. This video installation titled Medusa (2020), by the Ramallah-based architect and visual artist Yazan Khalili, was commissioned by the Consortium Commissions — an initiative supported by Mophradat (Brussels) and various partnering institutions, including MOCA Toronto, Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, CCA in Glasgow, and KW in Berlin.
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