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Her creation of unimaginable universes via the intersection of avant-garde music, performance art and technology is only rivalled in pop by the late David Bowie.
When we meet in the wood-panelled bar of Kensington’s Gore Hotel, she’s wearing a metallic turquoise padded Tibetan-style jacket and platforms, with a strip of shimmering rose fabric draped through a necklace of bone trinkets.
But none of this quite conveys the restless innovation of her work.
Last year, MOMA in New York put on a retrospective — a testament to her artistic status.
It’s always like I’m this esoteric creature; that I just turn up and sing and go home.
People still don’t seem to take me seriously as a songwriter and arranger and producer.’ I am shocked.
The digital stand-ins, the techno-masks and the cloaks and shields of protective clothing are all testaments to the difficulties of performing an album born of the personal apocalypse of her split in 2013; something she felt compelled to forensically ‘document’, as a ‘survival mechanism’. I think looking back on it, now that some time has past, it was the fact that it was a long-term relationship, you know?
Where sex has been a subject, she has circumvented the mainstream tropes that most female singers become entangled in. She chuckles: ‘I’m probably more into the animals.’ Björk’s avant-garde art, in all its forms, has a habit of making everything around her appear pedestrian.But I think another side of me is really, really loyal and really precious about collaboration.I don't think you should even go into it unless you think it's the absolute right thing to do, and that you have equal things to give each other.”Born on November 21, 1965, in Reykjavik, Iceland, Björk founded the band the Sugarcubes in 1986 before striking out on her own to a hugely successful solo career in 1993.Björk is an Icelandic singer-songwriter and founding member of the band the Sugarcubes.She went on to a strong solo career with songs like "I've Seen It All" and "Human Behaviour," as well as acting success.“If I had 500 years, I could collaborate with a lot of people.