Lisa Carver Writes About Yoko Ono In The New York Times

Reaching Out  with No Hands: Reconsidering Yoko Ono

Fantastic riffing here in The New York Times by Lisa Carver in a thorough piece on her new book “Reaching Out  with No Hands: Reconsidering Yoko Ono.”

“We need more impossible in our culture. Go out and capture moonlight on water in a bucket, she commands. Her art is instructions for tasks impossible to complete. We already have a billion lovely things and a million amazing artists who have honed their talent and have lorded it above us. People who have achieved the highest of the possible. People wearing their roles as artist or writer or filmmaker or spokesman as a suit of armor or as an invisibility cloak or as an intimidatingly, unacquirably tasteful outfit.”

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