The renaissance woman delves deep into her new technological works.
The Creative Independent, an excellent new independent magazine on music and culture that aims to—as Editor-In-Chief Brandon Stosuy says “try to slow down the internet a little, and to focus on people, not brands”—has recently launched their second interview with none other than living legend Björk. The fascinating conversation digs into her current work with virtual reality and MoMA, her relationship with technology (“I’m really rubbish.”) and her early days of thinking that dentistry is the future—a scary thought indeed. We highly suggest reading it here.
For a flashback to the Björkish past, watch her speak about minimalist music in 1997.