Conceptual artist Yoko Ono has invited audience members to climb onstage
and cut off her clothing during her performance CUT PIECE in Paris.
The widow of murdered BEATLE John Lennon asked the audience to tear off
pieces of her clothing to "send to the one you love", a repeat of a show she
put on in the sixties as a peace process.
The first to take the stage was her son Sean Lennon, who cut a hole in the
sleeve of her black tunic.
He says, "It was nerve-wracking. She is really brave to do this again. It
was very moving and very intense."
Yoko, 70, says, "I was a little bit scared. But I wasn't that scared
because I tried to do it with love. And I think there is a lot of love out
"When I first performed this work, in 1964, I did it with some anger and
turbulence in my heart. This time, I do it with love for you, for me and for