Bidyograpiya sa Björk
Mga music video[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
1990[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
808 State featuring Björk
|1991||Óskar Jónasson||Filmed in Iceland, it shows the member of the band and Björk traveling in a car, and then playing the song inside a grotto.||Ex:el|||
|"Human Behaviour"||1993||Michel Gondry||Björk sings various parts of the song while being in a forest and being chased by a living stuffed bear. The video is a loose take on Goldilocks and the Three Bears.||Debut|||
|"Venus as a Boy"||Sophie Muller||The video portrays Björk in a kitchen, fondling and cooking eggs. At one point, she's seen caressing a bearded dragon. The video was inspired by the book Story of the Eye by Georges Bataille.|||
|"Play Dead"||Danny Cannon||The video consists of scenes taken from the film The Young Americans, interspersed with scenes of Björk singing in a dark-lit church.|||
|"Big Time Sensuality"||Stéphane Sednaoui||Shot in black and white and features Björk dancing on the back of a moving truck slowly driving through New York City in the middle of the day. The video uses film effects like slow motion and fast motion.|||
|"Violently Happy"||1994||Jean-Baptiste Mondino||The video seemingly takes place in a padded room of a mental institute. Björk is portrayed singing the song in a white dress resembling an open straitjacket with pieces of hair surrounding her. Norman Reedus appear in the video as one of the psychiatric ward inmate.|||
|"Army of Me"||1995||Michel Gondry||In the video, Björk drives a gigantic truck and then heades to a gorilla scientist, who tries to remove and steal a diamond hidden in her mouth. The video faced backlash for the inclusion of a bomb at the end of the video.||Post|||
|"Isobel"||The black-and-white video portrays various surreal scenes, including a long-haired Björk playing a water-fueled piano. Another scene shows various airplanes being formed inside light bulbs which sprouts from the ground, and the end features Björk juxtaposed with a waterfall.|||
|"It's Oh So Quiet"||Spike Jonze||Based on Jacques Demy's 1964 film Les Parapluies de Cherbourg, it features everything in slow motion as Björk sings the verses; during the riotous chorus, everything returns to regular speed and everyone near her dances along. The visual went on to become one of her most recognized music video and has won the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards for Best Choreography.|||
|"Hyperballad"||1996||Michel Gondry||Shots of Björk's face are compiled with model cliffs footage, while a video-game resembling avatar of Björk runs through the screen.|||
|"Possibly Maybe"||Stéphane Sednaoui||The video follows Björk as she's shown performing the song in various rooms. In each location she's dressed in a different way and interacts with different objects.|||
|"I Miss You"||1997||John Kricfalusi||A partly animated video that features a red-haired Björk dancing and interacting with several other characters, which resembles the ones from The Ren & Stimpy Show. At points, a live version of Björk is mixed in the footage. Fred Flintstone makes a cameo as a shampoo bottle.|||
|"Jóga"||Michel Gondry||The video shows different Icelandic terrains and landscapes with Björk appearing only in the beginning and towards the end. With the aid of CGI, earthquakes begin to separate and shift the chunks of land along fault lines. The video ends with a computerized image of an island floating inside Björk's chest.||Homogenic|||
|"Bachelorette"||It features Björk as "Bachelorette", a woman who finds a book titled My Story buried in her garden that begins to write itself. She takes the book to a publishing house. The book becomes incredibly popular and is turned into a musical, featuring Bachelorette as herself. When the book becomes unpopular, the setting, which utilizes the Droste effect to multiply the space, devolves into Bachelorette's garden, where the book finds its resting place once again.|||
|"Hunter"||1998||Paul White||Björk passionately sings looking into the camera; as she shakes and moves her head, she begins to morph into a polar bear. Towards the end of the video, she completely transforms into the "techno-bear", before returning to her original state and the image once again fading-out to white.|||
|"Alarm Call"||Alexander McQueen||It features Björk floating on a raft on a river in the jungle and her scenes are intercut with footage of snakes, crocodiles, and other animals, with Björk playing with them. A first version of the video, directed by Paul White, was previously scrapped.|||
|"All Is Full of Love"||1999||Chris Cunningham||In the critically lauded video, an ethereal, white room is shown, where a robot with Björk's features lies in a fetal position. As the room lightens up, two mechanical arms begin to assemble the robot. The robot looks up to see another robotic Björk as the machines stop the assembly. It smiles and extends its hand to the sitting robot, joining in the song. The robots passionately kiss and embrace while the machines assemble their backs and light comes and goes. The video won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Visual Effects and for Breakthrough Video|||
2000[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|"I've Seen It All"||2000||Floria Sigismondi||An interactive "webeo" (a web animation) for an MTV promotion. Björk appeared with her face painted and the viewer could change the scenes and special effects by clicking on the video.||Selmasongs|||
|"Hidden Place"||2001||M/M Paris, Inez and Vinoodh||The video consists of close-up shots panning around Björk's face, as fluids flow in and out of her facial orifices.||Vespertine|||
|"Pagan Poetry"||Nick Knight||The video features highly blurry and stylized images of explicit sex, including fellatio and ejaculation, and images of large needles sewing pearls to skin. The second half of the video features Björk in a dress designed by Alexander McQueen, which covers only the lower portion of her body. The video ends with a shot of a Corset piercing.|||
|"Cocoon"||2002||Eiko Ishioka||The video begins with many apparently nude Björks singing. Throughout the video, red threads emerge from her nipples and circulate between her breasts and nose, finally enveloping her in a cocoon.|||
|"It's in Our Hands"||Spike Jonze||Shot in night-vision while Björk was pregnant, it features the singer in a forest, as various animals and plants are shot using perspective, which makes them appear larger than the singer.||Greatest Hits|||
|"Nature Is Ancient"||Lynn Fox||Created as a backdrop for Björk's Greatest Hits Tour. The video depicts the beginning of life on a microscopic level. At the end, a baby inside of a womb is shown.||Family Tree|||
|"Unravel"||2003||Created as a backdrop for Björk's Greatest Hits Tour. It portrays a devil figure pulling out a thread from an opening on Björk's back.||Homogenic|||
|"Pluto"||Created as a backdrop for Björk's Greatest Hits Tour. It shows Icelandic actor Ingvar Eggert Sigurðsson, naked and furiously simulating masturbation until his head explodes.|||
|"It's in Our Hands"
(Soft Pink Truth Mix)
|Created as a backdrop for Björk's Greatest Hits Tour. The video mixes sepia-colored old photos with animated drawings.||Greatest Hits|||
|"Desired Constellation"||Created as a backdrop for Björk's Greatest Hits Tour. The video features a sky with various flying objects passing by.||Medúlla|||
|"Nameless"||Created as a backdrop for Björk's Greatest Hits Tour. It features a demo version of the song later renamed "Storm".||Drawing Restraint 9|||
|"Oceania"||2004||Björk is depicted as "Mother Oceania", with her face adorned by crystals. Camera pans down to darker, deeper waters. Björk appears out of the dark background, singing and covered with sparkling jewels. Images of jellyfish swim around and away from Björk, carried by the currents, which move in time with the song. A version of the video was projected during Björk's performance at 2004 Summer Olympics opening ceremony.||Medúlla|||
|"Who Is It"||Dawn Shadforth||In the video, Björk wears a dress made of bells, by Alexander McQueen, and perform the song while accompanied by a group of children, also wearing outfits adorned with bells. The version of the song featured in the video is the "Bell Choir Mix".|||
|"Triumph of a Heart"||2005||Spike Jonze||The video portrays Björk and her cat husband, seemingly unhappy, as she escapes to the city to party in a bar, and eventually getting drunk and hurting herself before spending the night out in a field. The next morning, her husband goes to take her and they made up.|||
|"Where Is the Line"||Gabríela Friðriksdóttir||In the video, Björk represents an earth goddess which gives birth to a convulsing person. The entity yells and writhes around the singer before returning inside of her. It was premiered during Gabríela Friðriksdóttir's exposition at the Venice Biennale in 2005, as one of the three pieces from the artist's Versations Tetralogia.|||
|"Earth Intruders"||2007||Michel Ocelot||The video portrays Björk's face singing the song in a graphic-rendered sky while various silhouttes of tribes are shown marching, dancing, running and shooting from various weapons.||Volta|||
|"Innocence"||Fred & Annabelle||In March 2007, Björk launched the Innocence video contest, in which amatorial directors could send their own interpretation of the song in form of a music video. The winning video features Björk's avatar, as shown on the Volta album cover, singing the song as various entities surround her. Other videos sent for the competition were included in the Voltaïc box set.|||
|"Declare Independence"||Michel Gondry||Portrays Björk singing the song on a megaphone linked to various people in front of her. As they all jump, a platform elevates and activates a roll of paper that is sprayed and painted upon by other people.|||
|"Wanderlust"||2008||Encyclopedia Pictura||One of the first music video shot in stereoscopic 3D. It shows Björk, in an ancient Mongolian tribal costume, amongst a group of yaks. Throughout the video, a clay personal demon, dubbed the "painbody" by the directors, comes out of her backpack and tries to attack her. Eventually, they both fall from a waterfall and ends in the hands of an entity that was following them before.|||
|"The Dull Flame of Desire"||Christoph Jantos,
Masahiro Mogari and Marçal Cuberta Junca
|The video includes three different version, each edited by a runner-up of the Innocence video contest. They all show Björk and Anohni singing the song, and in the last part of the video their face features fuses together.|||
2010[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|"The Comet Song"||2010||Maria Lindberg||The video is made up from parts of the film Moomins and the Comet Chase. The Moomins are seen working in a team and running away from a comet.|style="background: #ececec; color: black;" class="table-na" | (Di-nauugnay)|||
Ólöf Arnalds featuring Björk
|Arni & Kinski||Ólöf Arnalds sings the song in Iceland's Þingvellir National Park, at points performing a choreography with a male partner. Björk does not appear in the video. It was filmed on Super 8.||Innundir skinni|||
|"Crystalline"||2011||Michel Gondry||Portrays Björk as a sort of moon deity, while various crystals forms and are subsequently destroyed on a planet. Various reflections of the singer dancing appears on glass spheres.||Biophilia|||
|"Moon"||Björk, Inez and Vinoodh,
M/M Paris and James Merry
|A video shot during the photoshoot for the Biophilia album cover, features the singer performing the song in a dress by Iris van Herpen and seemingly executing the song melody on a harp belt designed by. Various graphics are juxtaposed with the video, including various lunar phases and the graphics designed by M/M Paris for the Biophilia app.|||
|Thirtytwo||A live video shot during Björk's Biophilia Tour residency at Manchester International Festival in July 2011, shows the singer performing the song wearing a dress by Michel van der Ham.|||
|"Hollow"||2012||Drew Berry||An animated video illustrating the molecular composition of the human body, starting from the blood tissue and showing the DNA as various proteins are sent to the nucleus. At one point in the video a reproduction of Björk's face, made from various proteins, appears among the DNA strings.|||
|"Mutual Core"||Andrew Thomas Huang||Commissioned and premiered at the MOCA in Los Angeles, portrays Björk in a sand bed, while various rocks revolve around her. At the end of the video, two rocks unite to form a volcano, which shapes resemble Björk's face features. One shot of the video was used as Bastards album cover.|||
|"Black Lake"||2015||The video was commissioned by Museum of Modern Art, to be included in the 2015 Björk exhibition. The visuals were created to be part of a sound installation, in which it was shown on two opposite screen. Because of this, multiple version of the video exist. One version feature only the first verse of the song and shows Björk, naked among rocks, while blue fluid comes out of her. The video then portrays the singer as she sings barefoot in a cave. It concludes with Björk singing the song in a field, while her dress dissolves.||Vulnicura|||
|"Lionsong"||Inez and Vinoodh||Shot during the photoshoot for the Vulnicura album cover, it portrays Björk dancing and showing expression of anger and happiness. At one point, the singer appears in a bronze skin, while purple lights surround her.|||
(Moving album cover)
|Andrew Thomas Huang||The video, used as a promotion for the release of the physical version of Vulnicura, features a shortened version of the song and shows an avatar of Björk, laid on a rock and sewing a wound on her chest. The avatar also features on the deluxe edition cover of Vulnicura.|||
|A virtual reality video which portrays Björk singing on a beach and in a field. As the song progresses, Björk multiplies and surround the viewer. The video was released as an app, which features a string-laden version of the song.|||
|"Mouth Mantra"||Jesse Kanda||Shot partially in a mock-up of the singer's mouth, also contains parts in which Björk is shown dancing in a white dress. A virtual reality version of the video premiered at the Björk Digital exhibition.|||
|2016||Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones||The first version of the video is a virtual reality video which shows an avatar of Björk singing while surrounded by various strings and lights, eventually growing larger. A work-in-progress version of the video premiered at the Björk Digital exhibition in Sydney, while the completed version later won the 2017 Cannes Lion for Digital Craft.|||
|Dentsu Lab Tokyo||Shot at the Miraikan museum in Tokyo as the first Virtual Reality live stream on YouTube, it was later premiered at the Björk Digital exhibition in London. The virtual reality video features Björk singing while wearing a mask, created by Neri Oxman, which reproduces her nervous system, while various light effects are added on her.|||
|Andrew Thomas Huang, Björk, James Merry||Premiered at the Björk Digital exhibition in Montreal, is a virtual reality interactive video, in which the viewer can help an avatar of Björk as she sews back her wound.|||
|"Notget"||2017||Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones||This second visual shows Björk, dressed to resemble a moth, as she sings the song and transforms. The first half of the video is shot in black and white, while during the transformation phase the setting acquires colors.|||
|"The Gate"||Andrew Thomas Huang||The video begins with a shot of Björk playing the flute on the edge of a cliff, while several objects levitates nearby. The second part of the video portrays Björk passing a glowing orb to an "all-crystal being". A glow in her chest projects three other figures, that start dancing around Björk. One of them embraces with Björk until the song ends. The video debuted on Nowness. Björk's dress was designed by Gucci and required over 800 hours to craft it.||Utopia|||
|"Blissing Me"||Tim Walker & Emma Dalzell||The video is shot as a one-take of Björk dancing and performing the song. It premiered via Amazon Music UK platform.|||
|"Utopia"||Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones||Set in a "pink-hued planet", Björk alternatively plays the flute while surrounded by the flute septet Viibra and colorful animals. The video debuted during the Kimono Roboto exhibition in Tokyo's Omotesando Hills.|||
|"Arisen My Senses"||Jesse Kanda||In the video's first sequence, Björk is in a glowing cocoon nestled next to a giant mouth with two tongues. She's simultaneously singing from her own mouth inside the cocoon and opening her mouth outside it. Then she emerges as a moth. Arca makes an appearance in the video. It debuted on WeTransfer alongside a special behind-the-scenes video titled Work in Progress : Björk & Jesse Kanda.|||
|"Tabula Rasa"||2019||Tobias Gremmler||The video portrays Björk's face superimposed with a colorful mass, whose features resembles flowers and mountains. The figure sprouts petals and fronds as it twists and billows through the air. The visual debuted as the backdrop of the song during the Cornucopia residency show at The Shed in New York City.|||
|"Losss"||Based on "the conversations between our inner optimist and pessimist", it features two opposite versions of Björk's face blooming and collapsing in on themselves. The visual debuted as the backdrop of the song during the Cornucopia residency show at The Shed in New York City.|||
Video albums[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
Concert films[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Titulo||Detalye kan Produksyon||Mga Nota||Ref.|
||Contains the first live long-form video by Björk, directed by Stéphane Sednaoui. The release documents a concert by the artist during the Debut Tour. Björk performs ten songs from the album; an interview with the singer is interspersed throughout the setlist.|||
|Live at Shepherds Bush Empire||
||The live show was recorded at the end of the Post Tour on 27 February 1997, at a special fan-club only free concert at the Shepherds Bush Empire.|||
|Live in Cambridge||
||Contains a live performance by Björk on the Homogenic Tour, recorded live at the Cambridge Corn Exchange in Cambridge, England, on 2 December 1998. It was one of the last of the concerts performed on that tour.|||
|Live at Royal Opera House||
||It contains a live performance by Björk on the Vespertine World Tour, recorded at the Royal Opera House in London on 7 December 2001. It was amongst one of the last of the concerts performed on that tour. With this concert Björk had become the first ever contemporary pop artist to perform at the venue. It also includes a short behind the scenes documentary which would partly be used on Minuscule.|||
|The Volta Tour live in Paris and Reykjavík||
||It includes two performances, one recorded at the Olympia concert hall in Paris, from the last leg of the Volta Tour in 2008. The other one is a special acoustic showcase that took place at Langholtskirkja, Reykjavík, after the end of the tour. Included in Voltaïc, it received a promotional standalone release.|||
|Björk: Biophilia Live||
||Contains a 2014 concert film directed and edited by Peter Strickland and Nick Fenton. The film features Björk performing tracks from her Biophilia Tour at Alexandra Palace in London. It had a theatrical premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on 26 April 2014 with screenings across the world throughout the same year.|||
Music videos compilations[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Titulo||Detalye kan Produksyon||Mga Nota||Ref.|
||It includes all of Björk's videos until "Hunter". It has been certified Gold by RIAA in the United States.|||
||It was released alongside Greatest Hits – Volumen 1993–2003 and only includes the videos not already available on the previously released Volumen.|||
|Greatest Hits – Volumen 1993–2003||
||A reissue of the Volumen compilation which includes all of the singer's videos up until "It's in Our Hands". It also includes "Nature Is Ancient" visual, which was used to promote the Family Tree box set.|||
|The Medúlla Videos||
||It includes videos for songs from Medúlla. A total of five music videos are included. A documentary about the making of the "Triumph of a Heart" music video is also included as a bonus feature.|||
|The Volta Videos||
||It features videos for songs from Volta. It also includes making-of videos for "Declare Independence" and "Wanderlust" and 9 runner-up visuals from the "Innocence" Video Contest. Included in Voltaïc, it received a promotional standalone release.|||
|Vulnicura VR||It includes all the Vulnicura videos shot in VR technology. Out of these, only "Stonemilker" was already released on YouTube, while "Lionsong", "Black Lake", "Notget" and "Mouth Mantra" were available in 2D, with "Family" and "Quicksand" receaving their first public release. "History of Touches" and "Atom Dance", the only two songs which did not receive a video format, are included as a visual score by Stephen Malinowski. The audio included in the videos is recorded in an ambisonics surround sound format.|||
Television performances[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Titulo||Detalye kan produksyon||Mga Nota||Ref.|
|MTV Unplugged / Live||
||It features two complete MTV performances: the first show was recorded on MTV Unplugged in 1994 during the promotion of Debut and the second show was recorded on MTV Live in 1998 for the promotion of Homogenic.|||
|Later with Jools Holland||
||The DVD contains seven performances of Björk from 1995 to 1997 that have all been recorded on the Later with Jools Holland program.|||
|Later with Jools Holland 1995–2011||
||A re-release of the 2003 video, which includes the latter performances from Björk in 2007 and 2011, promoting Volta and Biophilia respectively.|||
Mga Dokumentaryo[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Titulo||Detalye kan produksyon||Mga Nota||Ref.|
||It contains a 2002 documentary outlining the career of Björk. It also features interviews with Sean Penn, Lars von Trier, Thom Yorke, Beck, RZA, Elton John, Missy Elliott, the late Alexander McQueen and more on their thoughts of Björk and her impact on music and culture.|||
||It contains a documentary offering a behind-the-scenes look at Björk and her touring entourage for the 2001 Vespertine World Tour. It includes interviews with harpist Zeena Parkins, the Inuit choir from Greenland, electronic duo Matmos, and an ongoing conversation with Björk herself about her recordings and her tours. The documentary is interspersed with live footage of songs from the tour shot by Ragnheidur Gestsdóttir.|||
|The Inner or Deep Part of an Animal or Plant Structure||
||It contains a 45-minute film about the making of Medúlla. It features clips of the studio performances by Dokaka, Shlomo, Rahzel and Mike Patton that formed the beats for many of the songs on the album. The title of the video is the actual definition of the word "Medúlla".|||
|When Björk Met Attenborough||
||Contains a 2013 documentary television film directed by Louise Hooper. Partly filmed at the Natural History Museum in London, the documentary features an encounter between Björk and English broadcaster and naturalist David Attenborough. They discuss the nature of music and the intersection between music, nature and technology. It also follows the singer as she prepares for her Biophilia Tour, along with rehearsal and studio recording.|||
Box sets[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Titulo||Detalye kan produksyon||Mga Nota||Ref.|
|The Live Archive||
||Includes Vessel, Live at Shepherds Bush Empire, Live in Cambridge and Live at Royal Opera House.|||
|The Television Archive||
||Includes MTV Unplugged / Live, Later with Jools Holland, Inside Björk, Minuscule and The Inner or Deep Part of an Animal or Plant Structure.|||
Pilmograpiya[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
Feature films[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|The Juniper TreeDirected by Nietzchka Keene||1990||Margit|||
|Dancer in the DarkDirected by Lars von Trier||2000||Selma Ježková||Also composer of the soundtrack Selmasongs|||
|Drawing Restraint 9Directed by Matthew Barney||2005||Occidental Guest||Also composer of the soundtrack Drawing Restraint 9|||
Telebisyon[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Top of the Pops||1995||Herself||Guest co-presenter alongside Jack Dee
Episode: "25 December 1995"
|Modern Minimalists||1997||Herself||Björk narrates and interviews musicians including Arvo Pärt and Mika Vainio|||
|The South Bank Show||1997||Herself||Documentary about her career and the recording of Homogenic|||
|Space Ghost Coast to Coast||2001||Herself||Episode: "Yorke and Björk in: Knifin' Around"|||
|When Björk Met Attenborough||2013||Herself||Documentary alongside David Attenborough|||
|Björk!||2015||Herself||An Arte documentary about Björk's career.|||
Ibang pagluwas[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Rokk í Reykjavík||1982||Herself||Documentary
Performs with the Tappi Tíkarrass
Performs with the Tappi Tíkarrass
|Prêt-à-Porter||1994||Model||Uncredited cameo in the Robert Altman movie|||
|The Work of Director Chris Cunningham||2003||Herself||Segment: "Making of All is Full of Love video"|||
Features live performances of "All Is Full of Love" and "Pluto"
|Looking for a Thrill: An Anthology of Inspiration||Herself||Documentary|||
|The Work of Director Stephane Sednaoui||Herself||Segments: "Making of Big Time Sensuality video", "Making of Possibly Maybe video"|||
|Matthew Barney: No Restraint||2006||Herself||Documentary on the making of Drawing Restraint 9|||
|Anna and the Moods||2007||Anna Young||Short film, voice role cameo|||
|Sleepless Nights Stories||2011||Herself||Appearance in the Jonas Mekas film|||
Pagluwas sa Sountrack[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Titulo||Taon||Featured song(s)||Original music||Ref.|
|Remote Control||style="background: #90ff90; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: center; " class="table-yes"|Oo|||
|The Young Americans||style="background: #90ff90; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: center; " class="table-yes"|Oo|||
|Léon: The Professional||1994|||
|Anton||style="background: #90ff90; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: center; " class="table-yes"|Oo|||
|Being John Malkovich|||
|The Mod Squad||1999|||
|To Lee, with Love, Nick|||
|Moomins and the Comet Chase|||
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