The impish and magical Björk talks about the analogue wonders of TV in 1988. In her typical bewitching and charming way she manages to lull me into strange sort of melodious half-sleep.
What she is actually saying is quite profound, about us being the audience to a medium so absolute it orders us to leave behind our critical faculties. Yet because her voice is so sweet I find myself listening to the timbre of her voice rather than what she’s actually saying.
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