Patricia Boyer & Jason Kennett
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‘He is on a journey, during the night, the end of which keeps receding. He has a sense of the danger, of the loss that the pseudo-object attracting him represents for him, but he cannot help taking the risk at the very moment he sets himself apart. And the more he strays, the more he is saved.’
– Julia Kristeva, 1982
“I think ahead of you… I think instead of you.”
Performed live, the disjointed conglomerate of sighing, stuttering samples becomes a sunny little menace on Later… with Jools Holland, 1996.
“I like your music very, very much, because you give space to the listener. He can go inside and live there. But a lot of music from the last few centuries, you just have to sit, and listen.”
Björk interviews Arvo Pärt for the BBC program ‘Modern Minimalists’ (1997).