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Bianca Casady's earliest memory of making something artful is of mixing flowers from the garden at the Waldorf school she went to as a child on Hawaii's "dark, misty, mossy, damp, dank, isolated" Big Island, and putting them into a tiny jar with a cork. Perfume. She'd like to get back into it one day. Right now, though, the 25-year-old wunderkind -- one-half of the sister band CocoRosie, former-model, current co-owner of Voodoo-EROS records, past curator of the Lower East Side's Museum of Nice Items and frequent lecturer in France -- is pouring herself into working visually, explaining that CocoRosie had become "like a baby I was feeding all my ideas to." A self-proclaimed "writer more than anything," Casady believes her prose takes its shape as naturally in visual forms as it does in lyrics.
Gary Durington , November 21, 2005; 06:42 P.M. A bit on the whimsical side. I love your work. I wish you would post more often. Is this comment helpful?