Bjork Digital — a virtual reality exhibition

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'Bjork Digital' is an immersive virtual reality exhibition which showcases some of the Icelandic singer's digital and video collaborations.

Visitors will be able to engage with her work through virtual reality (VR), giving everyone a private theatrical experience.

'Black Lake', for example, includes panoramic visuals of Iceland's highlands with cutting edge surround-sound. 'Stonemilker' gives you a private performance of the first track on Bjork's 'Vulnicura' album. 'Mouthmantra' captures some intense footage from inside her mouth, taped whilst she sang the song. Whilst 'Notget' transforms Bjork into a digital moth with some stunning masks.

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