Yoko Ono: The Other Rooms Yoko Ono

ISBN: 9788881587551

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252 pages


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Yoko Ono: The Other Rooms  by  Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono: The Other Rooms by Yoko Ono
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The Other Rooms is a sequel to Yoko Onos Grapefruit, a now classic artists book that was first published in 1964 and became a cult classic following its wider distribution after 1970. Matching the satisfyingly compact size of Grapefruit, andMoreThe Other Rooms is a sequel to Yoko Onos Grapefruit, a now classic artists book that was first published in 1964 and became a cult classic following its wider distribution after 1970. Matching the satisfyingly compact size of Grapefruit, and beautifully bound in white cloth, The Other Rooms is conceived as a series of rooms that unfold the story of, in the words of the artist, the life of a woman seeing through the eyes of her son.

On page after page, or room after room, Ono walks the reader through her unique expression of motherly utopian pedagogy, providing observations and instruction pieces such as the following, for Balance Piece: a) Politicians should wear pink transparent loose robes or pajama-like outfits without the bottoms at all times. b) A priest should wear a bright red suit with one sleeve and bell-bottom pants with his penis exposed at all times. c) The army should wear drag (cocktail party-type flair skirts) and high-heel shoes with jewelry (earrings, etc.) Other sequences simply describe imaginary rooms, and invite the reader to inhabit them, or suggest new approaches to tasks such as gardening, or to ones hometown, all in the serenely open style for which Ono is so famed.

The Other Rooms is joyfully interactive in this sense, finding ways to open doors where there are no doors.



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