Björk’s MoMA Retrospective

The Museum of Modern Art will open its doors this March to the multitalented composer, singer and musician whose captivated audiences all over the world. The exhibition celebrates Björk’s stunning 20-plus year career, highlighting her daring, innovative, and creative projects and her eight full-length albums.

The MoMA lobby will feature the instruments used in her album Biophilia, released in 2011 — a pipe organ, gravity harp, Tesla coil, and a gameleste – and will also play songs from the album throughout the day. Two separate spaces have been constructed on the second floor to feature a new sound and video installation commissioned by the MoMA for “Black Lake,” a song off Björk’s latest album, Vulnicura; the second room features a retrospective told through music videos. The third floor will host an interactive, location-based audio experience told through her albums and narrated by Icelandic writer Sjón.

The video teaser above features a glimpse of the cinematic masterpiece the four-month long retrospective will take on.

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