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Yoko Ono, Arias, and Objects by Barbara Haskell
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it was amazing
bookshelves: art, film, fluxus, music

This bk is much more inclusive than Grapefruit was insofar as it has fotos & a pretty good overview of all Ono's work including the feminist albums, the films, etc.. It came out 20 yrs later than Grapefruit & I read it even later than that so it didn't have the impact for me that Grapefruit did, but, still, the work is very fertile & diverse & thoughtful & I like her politics. Fluxus included so many interesting women & neoism (the movement I'm associated w/ that's called by some a successor to Fluxus) has so few. I wonder why that is? Anyway, this is a great history & it reminds me that I'd like to see her films. Sadly?, I bet that if I were to finally see them I'd think they're boring. No matter.

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Reading Progress

Finished Reading
April 11, 2008 – Shelved
April 11, 2008 – Shelved as: art
April 11, 2008 – Shelved as: film
April 11, 2008 – Shelved as: fluxus
April 11, 2008 – Shelved as: music

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