Gabriella Daris on Yoko Ono's Art from an Ontological Point of View

26 Mar 2019

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Kingston University

Kingston Upon Thames, United Kingdom


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Gabriella Daris, curator of YOKO ONO: LOOKING FOR... considers Yoko Ono's art through the lens of ontology


In order to elaborate on the significance of Yoko Ono's work for an ontological analysis of contemporary aesthetics, Gabriella Daris will critically examine the different modes in which Ono's artworks have existed over the years, from 'ideas' to taking physical form, so as to demonstrate that they belong to more than one ontological category and to question, not only what kind of 'materials' the work might constitute but also, what is that brings the work into existence. In so doing, she will give an overview of the exhibition YOKO ONO: LOOKING FOR... by providing a historico-ontological art-critical account of a selection of Ono's works. 

Kingston School of Art at Knights Park, Grange Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2QJ

Room KPTK401

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Tasneem Lohanii

Roman Vasseur

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Yoko Ono

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