Bjork unveils interactive installation, preps Oculus Rift music video


Many music artists have attempted to harness technology as a means of expanding their artistic footprint, including Bjork, the Icelandic singer whose 20-year body of work, both musical and tech-infused, will be on display at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art next week

Festooned with life-sized and miniature replicas of Bjork in some of her more iconic costumes, a musical Tesla coil and Gravity Harp, as well as pieces of sci-fi ephemera from her classic robot sex video "All Is Full of Love," the installation is interactive

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