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Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings by Yoko Ono
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“A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.”
Yoko Ono, Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings
“Hide until everybody goes home. Hide until everybody forgets about you. Hide until everybody dies.”
Yoko Ono, Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings
“Mirror becomes a razor when it's broken. A stick becomes a flute when it's loved.”
Yoko Ono, Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings
“Imagine the clouds dripping
Dig a hole in your garden to
put them in”
Yoko Ono, Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings
“Give death announcements each time you move instead of giving announcements of the change of address. Send the same when you die.”
Yoko Ono, Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings
“Think that snow is falling
Think that snow is falling everywhere
all the time
When you talk with a person, think
that snow is falling between you and
on that person
Stop conversing when you think the
person is covered by snow”
Yoko Ono, Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings
“Bandage any part of your body
If people ask about it, make a story and tell
If people do not ask about it,
draw their attention to it and tell
If people forget about it, remind
them of it and keep telling.
Do not talk about anything else”
Yoko Ono, Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings
“Listen to the sound of the earth turning.”
Yoko Ono, Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings
“Œuvre Neige

Pensez que la neige tombe. Pensez que la neige tombe partout tout le temps. Lorsque vous parlez avec quelqu'un, pensez que la neige tombe entre vous et cette personne. Cessez de converser lorsque vous pensez que la personne est recouverte de neige.”
Yoko Ono, Pamplemousse
“Œuvre Promesse
Promettez.

Elle a été interprétée pour la première fois au Jeanette Cochrane Theatre, à Londres, en 1966. C'était la dernière œuvre de la soirée. Yoko Ono a cassé un vase sur la scène et a demandé aux spectateurs de ramasser les morceaux et de les emporter chez eux, promettant qu'il se réuniraient tous dans 10 ans, rapporteraient les morceaux et reconstitueraient le vase.”
Yoko Ono, Pamplemousse