This piece was performed in Kyoto, Tokyo, New York, and London. It is usually performed by Yoko Ono coming on the stage and in a sitting position, placing a pair of scissors in front of her and asking the audience to come up on the stage, one by one, and cut a portion of her clothing (anywhere they like) and take it. The performer, however, does not have to be a woman.
See also this footage of her performing the piece at Carnegie Hall.
PAINTING TO BE WORN
Cut out jackets or dress from acquired paintings, such as Da Vinci, Raphael, De Kooning. You may wear the painted side in or out. You may make underwears with them as well.