Label: One Little Indian - none • Format: CDr Single, Promo • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Leftfield, IDM, Downtempo
The video is often cited as one of the best of all time and a milestone in computer animation ; it has been displayed in art exhibitions and was on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. It has been Fountain - Sweet* - Level Headed by various artists.
She had a rough winter and then she realised it was spring after she could hear the birds singing. She wrote and recorded the song in half a day.
It's everywhere around you. Even if you're not getting love from Person A, it doesn't mean there's not love there. The album version of the track does not have drum accompaniment and portrays an ambient song. The video version of the song is a midtempo  trip hop ballad with soul influences. The music video was released that April, although the premiere of the single was pushed back to June.
Both versions of "All Is Full of Love" received acclaim from music critics. In a review for HomogenicPhares from AllMusic described the track as a "reassuring finale". In a review for the Bjork* - All Is Full Of Love single, Alex Castle of IGN gave the music a score of 9 out of 10, writing "the thing sounds fantastic" and that the song is "pretty good".
However, he admitted that he "would probably not have been particularly impressed" if he hadn't seen the music video. But I wanted also to have the other level there, there would be lust, it wouldn't be just clean. When Cunningham first heard the track, he wrote down the words "milk", "sexual", "surgery", and "white porcelain"; they outline what would become the music video. Concerning this, Cunningham added that it was like Kama Sutra meeting Industrial Robotics and that because of the surreal nature of the images, they could be "sexually suggestive" as they liked.
The robots were designed by Cunningham and were built in full-size by Paul Catling — who had also sculpted the masks for Aphex Twin's " Windowlicker " — in clay in two hours. He also worked with Julian Caldow in set designwhich was created by Chris Oddy. On the shoot there were two main robot arms, but during its post production, a third and fourth robot arm Bjork* - All Is Full Of Love created in computer-generated imagery.
The video was shot at Bray Studios and Greenford Studios, and post-production was handled by Glasswork using the software programs Softimage and Flame. Cunningham said that every Blindstreets (Edit Version) - Lonesome Romeos - Blindstreets in the clip had Someday - Kylie* - Body Language layers.
I always think that my strength is [ And I think that with the video that was the most extreme example of that, I mean it really was a disaster [ I just thought "this is a fucking disaster, [ At it was only when Glassworks started doing the computer graphics that [ The video begins with a journey through a dark environment wrought with cables and a faint pulsating light. The sequence has been described as "womb-like, voyeuristic, as if the black box of technology is about to open up".
As the room lightens up, two mechanical arms begin to assemble the robot, which opens its eyes and begins to sing the song. Pistons pumping white fluids, as well as drilling and penetrative motions are seen, featuring a "clear" sexual subtext.
It smiles and extends its hand to the sitting robot, joining in the song. In the climax of the video,  Bjork* - All Is Full Of Love robots passionately kiss and embrace while the machines assemble their backs and light comes and goes.
The images of the kissing robots are interposed with shots of white fluid washing over robotic parts and the mechanical arms assembling them. According to the Institute for the Unstable Media, "as the music fades and the pulsating beat becomes more dominant, we are once again drawn in the womb-like dark space, making it clear to us that we sampled a glimpse of a black-boxed Bjork* - All Is Full Of Love.
The music video Bjork* - All Is Full Of Love greeted with widespread critical acclaim. Now I think it's a terrifying and sealed-off nightmare wherein you find out that you are the only person who will ever love you. The music video has won various awards and accolades. Chris Cunningham served as a model for a character in the novel Pattern Recognition by William Gibsonin which a fictitious music video director who puts "robot girls in his video" makes a clip characterized by the following words: "No sci-fi kitsch Hongkong Observation - M.A.S.S.
- Synthesizer Hits Vol. 3 Damien. Dreamlike things in the dawn half-light, their small breasts gleaming, white plastic shining faints as old marble", as a reference to "All Is Full of Love". News contacted Cunningham and 20th Century Fox —the studio behind the film—but neither of them returned calls for comment.
InAmerican indie rock band The Microphones covered the song and added it on their studio album, Blood. Credits adapted from the liner notes of Homogenic and the single's physical release. The song performed moderately on the UK Singles Chartpeaking at number From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
One Little Indian Elektra Mother. Album version. Video version. The same fragment, but of the video track version. It features an "austere trip hop production"  and richer instrumentation, differing from the ambience of Howie B's version.
Slant Magazine. Retrieved 30 December Death Cab For Cutie Vs. Magnet Magazine Inc. Retrieved 14 March Archived from the original on 21 August Retrieved 25 November Feelings are Always Local. Retrieved 18 February Retrieved 7 June Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 1 December Retrieved 17 August Bjork* - All Is Full Of Love Weekly.
Spin : Archived from the original on 28 April Retrieved 29 January Archived from the original on 15 August Archived from the original on 15 September Retrieved 20 September One Little Indian. December Sound on Sound. SOS Publications Group. May Archived from the original on 21 March Tiny Mix Tapes. Music Tech. Retrieved 24 January AllMusic '. CMJ Network, Inc : Retrieved 26 November Acclaimed Music.
Archived from the original on 3 April Universe Books. November All is Full of Love". Archived from the original on 26 May Archived from the original on 21 June Dancefilm: Choreography and the Moving Image. Oxford University Press. Archived from the original on Retrieved 17 February Archived from the original on 14 February Archived from the original on 16 December Music Video Production Association.
Archived from the original on 15 November The Seattle Times. The Seattle Times Company. Retrieved 15 April MTV Blogs.