At 80, iconic artist Yoko Ono, like her art, continues to be provocative, moving, and effortlessly unconventional. Beginning this November Sydney residents and visitors will have the exclusive opportunity to immerse themselves in Ono’s fascinating world through an innovative, decades spanning exhibit of her original creations. From November 15 until February 23, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia will house War Is Over! (if you want it): Yoko Ono. A diverse collection of sculpture, text, film, sonic arrangements, immersive installations, and interactive art works culled from over five decades. War is Over! will prove to viewers why Ono is internationally recognized as a pioneer of the avant-garde whose works transcend generational borders. Through the emotionally and politically charged art works, the peace activist wrestles with themes of loss, conflict, humanity, and enlightenment. Several of the compositions are interactive, enticing viewers to participate in hands-on experiences, from imprinting peace stamps on world maps to penning heartfelt letters to their mothers.