///Yoko Ono LIVE: Passages for Light – in conversation with Alexandra Munroe [Guggenheim, NY, USA]

Yoko Ono LIVE: Passages for Light – in conversation with Alexandra Munroe [Guggenheim, NY, USA]

Yoko at The Guggenheim: 2 April 2009 by you.
ENTRANCE
Yoko comes onstage

Yoko at The Guggenheim: 2 April 2009 by you.
IMAGINE PEACE TOWER
Yoko shows her documentary films about her Childhood and IMAGINE PEACE TOWER in Iceland. 

Yoko at The Guggenheim: 2 April 2009 by you.
CHAIR PIECE
Yoko performs CHAIR PIECE

Yoko at The Guggenheim: 2 April 2009 by you.
Q&A
Yoko and Alexandra during Q&A.
Meanwhile, Brian and Jon are individually measuring the audience questions and Yoko’s answers.

Yoko at The Guggenheim: 2 April 2009 by you.
Q&A
Alexandra and Yoko.

Yoko at The Guggenheim: 2 April 2009 by you.
Q&A
Yoko and Alexandra during Q&A.
Meanwhile, Brian and Jon are individually measuring the audience questions and Yoko’s answers.

Yoko at The Guggenheim: 2 April 2009 by you.
PROMISE PIECE
The audience are invited to take a piece of broken vase and meet again in ten years to put it back together.

 

Passages For Light
Yoko Ono 
in conversation with Alexandra Munroe
Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, USA
2 April 2009 

Running Order
Christina Yang introduces Alexandra Munroe.
Alexandra Monroe introduces Yoko Ono.
Yoko Ono enters & shows two documentaries:
     • Childhood Movies
     • IMAGINE PEACE TOWER
Yoko Ono: Chair Piece.
Alexandra & Yoko in conversation whilst two people in black bags crawl around the stage.
Audience Q&A with Yoko (with yarn measurement accompaniment by Brian and Jon).
Yoko Ono: Promise Piece.

 

Photos by Enid Alvarez 

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum:
1071 5th Ave, New York, NY 10128 01173, USA
Thursday, April 2, 6:30pm; tickets $30 

 
Third Mind Live Performances, Education, and Public Programs 
In conjunction with the exhibition, the Guggenheim Museum presents Third Mind Live, a performance and lecture series that will bring world-renowned practitioners in the fields of dance, music, performance art, and theater to the museum’s theater and gallery spaces. 
The museum will provide additional context through discussions with artists about their relationship with Asia as a source of creative and conceptual inspiration, along with other extensive public programs presented by the Sackler Center for Arts Education. These panel discussions, lectures, and performance programs will take a multidisciplinary perspective drawing from the fields of visual art, music, literature, dance, philosophy, and cultural studies. In addition, programming will feature a film and video series, a school tour and workshop program, after-school and technology-based programs, professional development workshops for educators, curriculum guides, family events and tours, and integrated digital components such as pod casts and an audio tour.

For updated program information or tickets, contact the Box Office at 212 423 3587 or visit www.guggenheim.org/education.

 

Meredith Monk 
Ascension Variations 
Thursday, March 5, 6:30pm and 9pm; tickets $50 

Laurie Anderson 
Transitory Life: Some Stories 
Thursday, March 12, 8pm and Friday, March 13, 8pm; tickets $30 

Just Alap Raga Ensemble featuring La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela 
performing in their sound and light environment, Dream House 
Saturday, March 14, 9pm and Saturday, March 21, 9pm; tickets $30 

Jung Hee Choi
performing in the sound and light environment, Dream House Rice
Saturday, March 28, 9pm; tickets $30 

Merce Cunningham 
in conversation with Laura Kuhn 
Dancers on a Plane 
Tuesday, March 31, 6:30pm; tickets $30 

Yoko Ono 
in conversation with Alexandra Munroe 
Passages for Light 
Thursday, April 2, 6:30pm; tickets $30 

Marina Abramović 
Night Sea Crossing, a lecture 
Tuesday, April 7, 6:30pm; tickets $30 

Robert Wilson 
KOOL – DANCING IN MY MIND 
Presented through Works & Process at the Guggenheim 
Friday, April 17, 7:30pm and Saturday, April 18, 7:30pm; tickets $30  

 

More info about the exhibition here.

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