Björk 1997

The surreal music video was directed by longtime Björk video collaborator Michel Gondry and explored self-reference, featuring a dramatized version of the Droste effect. It features Björk as "Bachelorette," a woman who finds a book buried in her garden that begins to write itself, describing what Bachelorette does as she describes it; the book is entitled "My Story."

6.75/104 ratings

Björk 1999

When director Chris 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. Because of the images' surreal nature, they could be as "sexually suggestive" as they liked.

7.67/103 ratings

Björk 1995

It's Oh So Quiet features everything in slow motion as Björk sings the verses, and during the riotous chorus, everything returns to regular speed and everyone near her dances along. The video begins in a tire shop before following Björk outside on a sidewalk dance among colorful umbrellas, evoking movie musicals like The Umbrellas of Cherbourg.

7.6/105 ratings

Björk 1993

Human Behaviour features Björk being hunted by a bear in a forest. It is a loose take on the children's tale "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" with visuals inspired by Yuri Norstein's animated film Hedgehog in the Fog. She ends up being eaten by the bear and trapped in its stomach.

8/104 ratings

Björk 1993

The video for "Big Time Sensuality" was 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 helped Björk become known in North America, where it received heavy rotation on MTV channels, with many noting that the video was more known in the country than the song.

7/105 ratings