MoMA Releases Trailer for Björk's 'Black Lake'

Watch the trailer for her upcoming immersive music and film experience realized with Andrew Thomas Huang

by TCP Staff
13 February 2015, 5:20pm

Björk's upcoming MoMA retrospective is less than a month away, and already, the artwork is coming out of the woodwork. Today, the Icelandic multi-instrumentalist and composer launches the trailer for Black Lake, an immersive 10-minute music and film experience realized with director and Creator Andrew Thomas Huang. Based on a song from her new full-length album Vulnicura, the clip features the artist singing against a cavernous backdrop while a metallic blue liquid courses through a channel in her body. Watch the clip above, and check out The Creators Project's past Björk coverage below: 

New Details on Bjork's MoMA Retrospective Revealed

[Exclusive] Watch The Trailer For Björk's 'Biophilia Live'

Bjork's Biophilia Becomes The First App To Appear At MoMA

Dressing Björk: Meet Fashion Designer Iris Van Herpen

A Guide To Björk's Custom Biophilia Instruments

Meet Max Weisel: The 20-Year-Old Behind Björk's Interactive Live Set Up

The Björk retrospective goes on display on March 08, 2015, and runs through June 07, 2015 at the Museum of Modern Art.