were tied together for a full year with an 8 foot rope and were to be together all through in everything they did including going to the bathroom (Dayment, 2014). All through the year, they were not allowed to touch each other.
In 2007, Joanne Rice, who is a Local artist and a group leader in Mobius Art committed herself not just to think about the war every day, but to share this commitment with the whole of Boston (Schaefer, 2015). She performs a single ritual where she goes near a church in Boston every day for two years with a white box containing stones, she picks one, looks at it, gives it an identity and crouches in front of the pile to release it to an appropriate place of rest, stands, looks at it and then repeats the cycle.
In Yoko-Ono’s cut piece, the artists sits on the hall stage with a pair of scissors in front of her and members of the audience are invited to cut a piece of her clothing and keep it for themselves (Rhee, 2005). She reenacted this work piece hoping to reenact the peace movement and make an influence in her times.
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