18.08.2001 - Grand Rex - France - Paris
01.11.2001 - Théâtre des Champs Elysées - France - Paris
24.05.2003 - Hammersmith Apollo - Royaume Uni - Londres
16.06.2003 - Bercy - France - Paris
17.06.2003 - Bercy - France - Paris
15.10.2004 - Album de la semaine, Canal + - France - Paris
13.07.2007 - Esplanada del Guggenheim - Espagne - Bilbao
You've only really performed songs from Vulnicura a handful of times and it's a very emotional work. How has your relationship with the record changed since its release?
It's probably changed most out of my albums. I'm really glad I just performed it for April, May, June, July 2015 and then I stopped and then I started working on my new album. I'm very glad I did that. Then I would just go and support the string album [version of Vulnicura]—that was another side in me that came out. In a way, this score book and doing the gigs with no beats, just the strings is me listening to all the new young feminists and people also asking me to do all sorts of feminist stuff and me thinking, the best thing I could do would be to tell the world that I actually do my own arrangements. I'm not a person who brags, but I feel overall, people don't know that! Even some of my relatives don't know that. They think it comes from magic, from the sky or something. I felt like OK, that's going to be my feminist stance and part of the scorebook. Make a stand in the world. In a way, from that angle, when I did Royal Albert Hall, I was expecting everyone to write about my arrangements and… not one word. Obviously I'm not trying to control anybody, but there was no mention of it.
Je viens de terminé les 7 épisodes de "Top of the lake" une mini-série de Jane Campion.
Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men), Peter Mullan et Holly Hunter dans un trés bon casting. Une bonne série policière dans une ambiance bien poisseuse que j'ai regardé en quelques jours. Je recommande chaudement!
la 2ème saison sera présentée à Cannes puis diffusée en septembre une bande annonce vient d'être dévoilée
Shrouded in dry ice smoke and strobes, Björk played a DJ set at south-east London’s Corsica Studios last night (March 15) as part of Hyperdub’s monthly Ø clubnight.
Situated beneath the railway arches behind Elephant & Castle’s perennially empty shopping centre, the independent Corsica Studios is an intimate, innovative creative space with an ever-changing cast of promoters and stage events curated by labels. Last night saw the Icelandic singer/genius taking to the decks, alongside past collaborators visual artist Jesse Kanda – whose Therianthropes installation project was housed in Room One – and Arca, with special guests Mica Levi and Shannen SP.