b. 1933 in Tokyo; lives and works in New York
Yoko Ono speaks to us of the whole world, in all its material and spiritual dimensions. At once a peerless performance artist whose politically committed events unfailingly strike home, a celebrated visual artist long associated with Fluxus (which she helped found in 1962), a composer and a filmmaker, she has been building for years a body of experimental, subversive, interactive work relating to everyday existence; work whose conceptual richness, intellectual rigour and quasi-intangible poetry make her one of today's greatest artists.
With the supoort of the EU-Japan Fest Japan Committee