Stumbled on this old clip of Bjork on Icelandic TV, reflecting on why she used to be afraid of television, but learned to embrace it. And why we should never let poets lie to us. Amazing. Watch it only if to hear the sound of her voice.
Published by Colm Hogan
Colm Hogan is Chief Contributor and Publisher at DG. He's written books (Ice Cold Nights, Crack Whore Pickup), and made films (Matatu Express, The Legend of 23 Hop, Back To The Zone). His work in historical urban culture preservation has been featured in Vice, Now Magazine and BlogTO along with Denise Benson's Then & Now and Sara Gwendolyn Ross' Law & Intangible Cultural Heritage in the City.