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Björk te explica (a su manera) el mecanismo de un televisor

Recuperamos un antiguo vídeo donde la islandesa vuelve a poner de manifiesto que de convencional tiene más bien poco

En ocasiones Björk parece salida de otra galaxia, como si viviera en su mundo particular "mundo de Yupi". No tienes más que ver este antiguo vídeo que protagonizó hace ya unos años (por su aspecto, parece de la era “Debut”) donde explica, a su manera, cómo funcionan los extintos televisores de rayos catódicos y cómo un “libro danés” sin especificar le devolvió la fe en la pequeña pantalla. Todo el vídeo es un curioso desvarío. Sobre todo, cuando se pone a hablar del circuito eléctrico como si fuera una ciudad con sus calles y sus árboles. Dale al play, no tiene desperdicio.

“Hello. It is Christmas time and I am sitting here by my TV. I've been watching it very much lately because I'm on holiday. And I've been seeing all these programs about all sorts of things. About Icelandics being very happy about Christmas, very gay, and also very serious and spiritual. And also seeing Icelandic comic people making jokes. Which they are very good at.

But now I'm curious. I've switched the TV off and now I want to see how it operates. How it can make, put me into all those weird situations. So... It's about time.

This is what it looks like. Look at this. This looks like a city. Like a little model of a city. The houses, which are here, and streets. This is maybe an elevator to go up there. And here are all the wires. These wires, they really take care of all the electrons when they come through there. They take care that they are powerful enough to get all the way through to here. I read that in a Danish book. This morning.

This beautiful television has put me, like I said before, in all sorts of situations. I remember being very scared because an Icelandic poet told me that not like in cinemas, where the thing that throws the picture from it just sends light on the screen, but this is different. This is millions and millions of little screens that send light, some sort of electric light, I'm not really sure. But because there are so many of them, and in fact you are watching very many things when you are watching TV. Your head is very busy all the time to calculate and put it all together into one picture. And then because you're so busy doing that, you don't watch very carefully what the program you are watching is really about. So you become hypnotized. So all that's on TV, it just goes directly into your brain and you stop judging it's right or not.

You just swallow and swallow. This is what an Icelandic poet told me. And I became so scared to television that I always got headaches when I watched it. Then, later on, when I got my Danish book on television, I stopped being afraid because I read the truth, the scientifical truth and it was much better.

You shouldn't let poets lie to you”.

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