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Chapter 1 - Historical Background and Common Issues
Chapter 2 - Performing the Self: Yayoi Kusama and her Ever-Expanding Universe
Chapter 3 - The Message is the Medium: The Communication of Art of Yoko Ono
Chapter 4 - Playful Spirit: The Interactive Art of Takako Saito
Chapter 5 - Music, Art, Poetry, and Beyond: The Intermedia Art of Mieko Shiomei
Chapter 6 - Self-Exploration in Multimedia: The Experiments of Shigeko Kubota
Into Performance: Japanese Women Artists in New York
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Into Performance: Japanese Women Artists in New York

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