In a message to fans Yoko Ono said:

“Dear Friends,

In 1969, John and I were so naïve to think that doing the Bed-In would help change the world.

Well, it might have. But at the time, we didn’t know.

It was good that we filmed it, though.

The film is powerful now.

What we said then could have been said now.

In fact, there are things that we said then in the film, which may give some encouragement and inspiration to the activists of today. Good luck to us all.

Let’s remember WAR IS OVER if we want it.

It’s up to us, and nobody else.

John would have wanted to say that.

Love, Yoko”

Yoko Ono Lennon

London, UK

August 2011

For more work by Yoko Ono in Japan check out Yokohama Triennale, which is running until November 16th and her new work Road of Hope at Hiroshima’s Museum of Art.

Yokohama Triennale: Click here.

Yoko Ono’s, Road of Hope: Click here.