Bjork has been accused by her former partner of ignoring their daughter's best interests and insisting on spending most of her time with the youngster.
Bjork has been accused of demanding too much time with her daughter.
The 'Human Behaviour' singer's ex-partner Matthew Barney is suing the eccentric star over custody of their 12-year-old daughter Isadora, who is nicknamed Doa, claiming she is going against the youngster's wishes to split her time equally between her parents.
The artist filed a lawsuit in Brooklyn Supreme Court and claims the 49-year-old singer ''is effectively sacrificing Doa's emotional well-being in favour of her own selfish desires.''
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The eccentric pop star reveals she poured her emotions into the songs on Vulnicura, explaining the split was "the most painful thing" she had ever experienced.
Bjork tells Pitchfork, "The only way I could deal with that was to start writing for strings; I decided to become a violin nerd and arrange everything for 15 strings and take a step further than what I've done before."
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The Icelandic singer is asking $1.8 million (£1.2 million) for the sprawling six-bedroom pad, which features a master suite made from natural stones and a studio with glass walls.
Bjork is so keen to get someone into her former home, she has also put the house up for lease at a fee of $7,000 (£4,600)-a-month, according to RealEstalker.com.
Bjork and Barney are reportedly on the verge of buying a new penthouse in New York's swanky Brooklyn Heights building.
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The pair join Indian film producer YASH CHOPRA, Dutch director Marleen Gorris, Polish cinematographer Janusz Kaminski, Korean actress LEE YOUNG-AE, German actor Armin Mueller-Stahl and US film producer Fred Roos on the international panel.
The eight, chaired by Rampling, will decide the winners of the Silver and Golden Bears.
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Iceland pop star Bjork is training to fulfil her ambition of sailing around the world.
The singer is currently taking a 10-week course to captain a 30 ton boat, and when completed she will embark on an epic journey with her boyfriend Matthew Barney and their three-year-old daughter ISADORA.
She says, "It has always been my ambition. I have homes all over the place at the moment - Iceland, England and France - but I'd love for my home to be a boat so that I can take it wherever I go.
Continue reading: Bjork Plans Round-The-World Voyage
Ten years in the making, his highfalutin "Cremaster Cycle" consists of five films, in no particular order and with no particular story or even dialogue. The Order, a film excerpted from Cremaster 3 (the inexplicable final installment of the five movies) is no exception, though I'll do my best here.
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The eccentric singer, who vowed she would never act again after working with Lars Von Trier on 2000's Dancer in the Dark, reneged on her decision when Barney persuaded her not only to compose a soundtrack for his art film, but also to star alongside him.
The pair appear as a couple preparing for a traditional Japanese wedding, who find themselves stranded on a whaling ship. After seeing the horrors of the whaling trade, they chop off their legs and mutate into whales.
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The Icelandic singer, who insisted she'd never act again after hating the experience on the set of Dancer in the Dark, features in Barney's odd anti-whaling art film, DRAWING RESTRAINT 9, which is part of his new exhibition in Japan.
In the film, Bjork and Barney play a couple preparing for a traditional Japanese wedding, who find themselves stranded on a whaling ship. After seeing the horrors of the whaling trade, they chop off their legs and mutate into whales.
Continue reading: Bjork Becomes A Whale In Weird New Film
The HIDDEN PLACE star grew up near the sea in her native Reykjavik, and admits she's obsessed with ships and the ocean.
And she's looking for a nautical home in a bid to calm her eccentric personality and inspire her music.
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Eccentric rocker Bjork's unborn baby prompted the Icelandic singer to hunt for a new home.
Bjork didn't know she was pregnant with boyfriend Matthew Barney's daughter at the time, and couldn't understand why she was so desperate to leave Manhattan for a more rural setting.
The BIG TIME SENSUALITY hitmaker explains, "I woke up one morning and I had this mania. I was like a woman obsessed (sic) for two weeks. I just had to find a place in the forest or in nature - or I would die.
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