Icelandic art-pop queen Bjork is known for her outrageous stage costumes, engaging performance elements, and experimental music style.
In recent years she has released a number of albums attached to multimedia-rich extras, such as offering fans live renditions of each album and intense visual artwork to accompany them.
The singer/songwriter’s 2015 ninth studio album Vulnicara was released via Sony, Megaforce, and One Little Indian; it has since been released as a strings-only album, a live album, and it has so far released innovative virtual reality based videos for “Black Lake”, “Family”, and “Stonemilker”.
Bjork has most recently released a 21-second teaser trailer for another video for a track from Vulnicara titled “Notget”. Nick Thornton Jones and Warren Du Preez directed the revamped video and it features a digital avatar of Bjork that appears as a beguiling sea creature lit up with fire, glitter, and light. It premiered at the Bjork Digital Exhibition at Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre and the Iceland Airwaves Music Festival 2016. Reservations have to be made to view the entire video. You can get your tickets here.
Bjork has also recently teamed up with Red Bull Music Academy Montreal and Phi to show her exclusive collection of virtual reality videos as part of her Björk Digital Exhibition showing at DHC/ART Foundation for Contemporary Art in Montreal. The exhibit can be seen until November 12.
View the “Notget” teaser trailer below.