Summer 2009

IN CONVERSATION: RIRKRIT TIRAVANIJA AND YOKO ONO

Rirkrit Tiravanija, Yoko Ono

Among the most poignant artworks made by Yoko Ono during her fifty-year career must be White Chess Set, 1966, in which all the pieces are white: As any game progresses, players will eventually find their sides impossible to tell apart. “Ideally,” Ono says, “this leads to a shared understanding of their mutual concerns and a new relationship based on empathy rather …

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