New York City, one early morning in 1959: a chicken turns a corner, passes a dumbfounded pedestrian, climbs up the stairs to an apartment, knocks on the door with its beak and, after a short wait, is admitted.
“It’s like Kamasutra meets Industrial Robotics,” British video artist Chris Cunningham commented, probably delivering the most accurate description of his erotic music video for Björk’s “All Is Full of Love”.
A party on the block. Teenagers twitching and jerking to the monotonous drone of techno beats. An ice cream stand bobbing to the beat, too. And then the bungee jumping from the roof of a nearby high rise begins.