'I consider my shows like giving an elephant's tail. When a blind man says "what's an elephant", you lead the man to an elephant and let him grasp the tail and say "that's an elephant".

The existing material in the gallery is like an elephant's tail and the larger part is in your mind. But you have to give a tail to lead into it.

The thing is to promote a physical participation that will lead you into this larger area of mind.

What I'm trying to do is make something happen by throwing a pebble into the water and creating ripples.

Yoko Ono, 1968