En excerpt fro the official WeTransfer behind the scenes site:
BJÖRK, JESSE KANDA AND ARCA - ARISEN MY SENSES
BJÖRK’S NEWEST MUSIC VIDEO, ARISEN MY SENSES, FEATURES GIANT, SLUG-TYPE-CREATURES WRITHING AROUND. WEIRDLY FOR BJÖRK – AND COLLABORATOR JESSE KANDA – THIS DOESN’T SEEM THAT WEIRD. LIV SIDDALL LOOKS AT THE MUSICIAN’S CREATIVE LEGACY AND MEETS THE MAN YOU CALL WHEN YOU NEED A GIANT RUBBER SLUG SUIT...
When it comes to Björk’s videos, no concept seems too far-fetched. Since the early 1990s, the Icelandic artist has worked with some of the most exciting creatives around to produce some of the most jaw-dropping and beautifully-executed music videos the world has ever seen.
From Michel Gondry (Hyperballad, Crystalline and Army of Me) and Spike Jonze (It’s Oh So Quiet) to Chris Cunningham’s bonkers, brilliant robot treatment for All is Full Of Love, they are the kind of music videos people still talk about 20 years later (and the sort creatives cite as inspiration for their entire careers).
And even though the industry has changed massively since she emerged in the early 90s, Björk still believes defiantly in bringing aesthetic to the music she creates. Her albums are more projects than collections of songs, with creative collaborations that make everything else around them seem stagnant or passée.