Film No. 6 & No. 9  2014
3'17". S16mm

A response to an invitation to adapt Yoko Ono’s famous film scores, published in Grapefruit in 1968. Film scores are blueprints for potential films; unlike traditional/industrial film scripts, which are prescriptive, film scores encourage an “open work”, one which is, arguably, co-created by the score originator and the interpreter. In the mid-1960s, reflecting her contact with fluxus ideas, Yoko Ono produced a number of highly imaginative scores for films which were never translated into film works.

Commissioned by Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney (AUS) for Re-enactments and imaginings part of War is Over! (If you want it): Yoko Ono.