By Peter Kobel
Updated April 05, 1996 at 05:00 AM EST

If multimedia didn’t exist, Yoko Ono would have had to invent it to give full rein to her expansive imagination. Drawn from her new rock album, Rising — on which she’s backed by son Sean Ono Lennon’s band, IMA — is Yoko Ono: Rising Mixes, four potent remixes by Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore, trip-hopper Tricky, and others. There are also two new Ono songs, including the 30-minute, Eastern-inflected ”Franklin Summer.” The music is commingled with texts of her ’60s poems and some vaguely erotic, biomorphic drawings. Don’t like them? Then type in your own poem, or by using the fly-cursor, which beats its wings and buzzes, sweep flies all over the screen. But here’s the real buzz: A