“But Ono’s more purely conceptual games have a lovely directness. She routinely evokes sky, earth, and details from the natural world and then juxtaposes their scale with the ordinary human experience of shoelaces and beds, cups of hot chocolate.

She’s at her best proposing lyrical, fantastical actions like this one:

Tape the sound of the moon fading at dawn.
Give it to your mother to listen to
when she’s in sorrow.”

Read the full review at Arts Fuse.

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