The fourth screening of the UIMA’s six-part film series features four films by the Japanese artist, musician, author and peace activist YOKO ONO who is known for her work in avant-garde art.
Each of the six screenings pertains to a different facet of the art and artists prominent in New York during the 1960s and 1970s.
The series, a collaboration between the UIMA and Cinema & Comparative Literature, was organized by David Oscar Harvey and Andrew Ritchey, graduate students un the UI department of Cinema and Comparative Literature.
The following films will be shown as part of Yoko Ono:
A special ‘Thank you’ to the event sponsors:
Robert A. Rasley, Kumi Morris and William T. Downing
Some material may not be suitable for younger audiences; parental guidance is advised.