Bjork Goes Chasing Waterfalls in ‘Black Lake’ MoMA Teaser
The Icelandic avant-garde performer's exhibition opens on March 7
The Museum of Modern Art retrospective on Björk — an exhibit that will “chronicle her career through sound, film, visuals, instruments, objects, costumes, and performance” — will open in New York City on March 7. To celebrate, Iceland’s premiere avant-pop performer has shared a short teaser of the exhibit’s Andrew Thomas Huang-directed video and sound installation, “Black Lake.”
The clip has a nearly naked Björk lying down with only a tangle of shrubbery covering her more intimate areas, as a fountain of blue liquid seeps down her body and into a scenic waterfall. Watch the teaser above and read SPIN’s thoughts on Vulnicura while you’re at it.