Yoko Ono: TO THE LIGHT

fly_breast_Yoko_Ono_TO_THE_LIGHT_serpentine_gallery
fly_breast_Yoko_Ono_TO_THE_LIGHT_serpentine_gallery

To The Light, a major exhibition of celebrated artist Yoko Ono, on view later this month in London, reflects upon the enormous impact that she has made on contemporary art, exploring her influential role across a wide range of media. This exhibition, her first in a London public institution for more than a decade, includes new and existing installations, films and performances, as well as archive material relating to several key early works. Ono's continuing interest in the relationship between the roles of artist and viewer is evident throughout the exhibition. A number of works in To The Light position both artist and viewer as agents of change. For example, a series of instruction pieces written especially for the Serpentine Gallery can be completed physically or mentally by the viewer, while the large-scale installation AMAZE transforms the viewer from the observer to the observed. To The Lightwill be on view from June 19 to September 9 at the Serpentine Gallery in London, Kensington Gardens, London