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Wednesday, September 5, 2007

It Really Is Oh So Quiet…

posted by on September 5 at 12:30 PM

A little BjŲrk should fix that…

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thanks Megan! i continue to suffer from bjorkitis, first contracted by overdosing on 'oh so quiet' post? cd circa 1995. special thanks to Jeff Fell for allowing me to play it over and over while unemployed and having the whole house to myself.

look for my impromptu bjork installation-performance at cal anderson park, currently in negotiations with collaborators.

Posted by June Bee | September 5, 2007 12:40 PM
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the vid is almost a precursor to fantasy scenes of 'Dancer in the Dark' - a finest film that you've probably seen. i really seem to remember that von Trier set the movie in Chehalis, WA from some beginning typed-shot. could be wrong.

Posted by June Bee | September 5, 2007 12:59 PM
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"look for my impromptu bjork installation-performance at cal anderson park, currently in negotiations with collaborators."

Please tell me you're not kidding... please.

Posted by Megan Seling | September 5, 2007 1:02 PM
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well, i scored some major bjork paraphenalia in free giveaway pile months ago, then turned it into my kitchen floor 'wallpaper' as i was figuring out a sculpture for my electro-contest entry back in june, and then as the artwork morphed, i decided to go with a big dada-esque poem written on large atlas pages. anyway, i still have all this bjork stuff, and don't want to trash it just yet, so i've thrown the idea out to a few people, and of course they look at me with the typical look that says, "you're crazy, grow up." so i'm just sitting on the fantasy for now.

Posted by June Bee | September 5, 2007 1:12 PM
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I absolutely adore and worship Bjork. But Dancer In The Dark is a complete piece of shit. I read her and Von Trier had all sorts of issues working together, and I'm not surprised. The film is aggressively anti-life, made by someone whose fucked-up view of cinema and the world at large is completely out of step with Bjork's bursting positivity.

Posted by Matthew | September 5, 2007 4:32 PM

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