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In Freedom, Ono stands stripped down to a purple bra in front of the camera and uses the undergarment to stress the importance of freeing women from socially determined, restrictive roles through a liberation of the body. Soundtrack by John Lennon.
Ono YokoOno Yoko
Born in Japan in 1933, Ono Yoko immigrated to New York from Japan after World War II. She studied philosophy and music, and worked as a “conceptual artist” in the early 60s. Now, she is working on internet projects, interactive installations, concerts, and recordings.