Björk . The Guardian 3.06.2016
From a viewing platform I see her amid monstera plants, wearing white, her head a glowing green orb. She dances crazily to Zara Larsson’s Lush Life. Aside from the occasional pop track like this, it’s a doggedly eclectic mix. Bollywood, oriental chimes and an industrial dance track so punitive it’d turn Squarepusher pale. But the half-lit, half-full room is full of languid half-dancers.
The Guardian 4.6.2016
” i felt it is time to premier my recent virtual reality stuff and delighted to do so in sydney .
we have made seven 360 videos for vulnicura and i am enthusiastic about this natural continuity of the music video : the intimacy , total merge of surround sound and vision makes VR an ideal home ! looking forward to celebrate it dj’ing with some good friends there !!
warmthness , björk. “
Björk Virtual premiered in Sidney at Carriageworks on 3th June 2016. According to official sources the project will last 18 months and will be hosted in different cities of the world. Will feature also all the VR (virtual reality) contents done for Vulnicura.
Björk Virtual ha avuto il suo debutto al Carriageworks di Sidney il 3 giugno 2016 e sarà lì ospitato fino al 18 giugno. Il progetto, secondo fonti ufficiali, si protrarrà per 18 mesi portando, in diverse città del mondo, le sperimentazioni inVR (virtual reality) realizzate principalmente per l’ultimo album dell’artista, Vulnicura.
Through special VR headseats (80 pieces) will be possible to watch all the VR videos released:
According to a press release the world premiere of ‘Notget’ in VR “combines high resolution 3D scans, on-location holostudio, motion capture and videogrammetry along with real-time special audio design that envelopes and embeds the user into Björk’s performance. These digital assets are blended together to create an ever evolving and changing digital form of particles, light and sound that inhabits the space with you.”