Artist and musician Yoko Ono discusses the evolution of her art during the 1960s with Liza Cowan and Jan Albert at the St. Regis Hotel in New York City on September 11, 1971. Includes discussion of conceptual art, her film "Lighting Piece", acting out madness in order to not go mad, her time as a building superintendent, her early loft concerts, the pea throwing ritual, and discrimination against women artists. John Lennon makes a brief appearance about halfway through the interview.
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