Yoko Ono "Fly"

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This work has been exhibited in various locations since it was first shown at the Musée d'art moderne de la Ville de Paris. It is a video installation of Ono's 1970 groundbreaking film "Fly," and involves several monitors in a dark room screening footage at staggered timing. The time misalignment allows what has already been seen and what is to be seen to appear simultaneously, creating a space where one can experience seeing the past and future in one moment. The sound for each film is also set at the same volume, and a new sound experience is created out of the installation effect. Ono's conceptual publication "Museum of Modern F art" (1971) will also be on display in another room.



From 2007-12-10 To 2007-12-29


Yoko Ono



kaishin: (2007-12-26 at 23:12)


Here is a short review I have written on my blog.

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