Somebody else go and tell me all about it:and end with the idea, rendering the execution pointless.
My problems with Yoko's "art": 1) nothing requires any technique or skill; 2) her vaguest ideas are so open to interpretation, they could mean anything; 3) her more concrete ideas are so fixed, they limit interpretation -- in fact, they tend to begin
Nobody's talkin' 'bout bagism anymore, Yoke. But I'm sorta, kinda glad to see you're still at it.Yoko Ono: great artist, BAD artist, or posture?
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