You Can Finally Watch Björk’s Stunning MoMA Videos Online So You Don’t Have to Cry in Public


Earlier this year, Björk set up shop at the Museum of Modern Art for a career retrospective. Reviews weren't kind, but one thing most critics agreed on was the show's impressive visual element. For its centerpiece, Björk and her creative team made a short film for the ten-minute breakup epic "Black Lake" (off her new album Vulnicura), shot in an Icelandic cave. The result is breathtaking, and now that the exhibit is over, you can watch it from the comfort of your own laptop — in case you were too embarrassed to be caught sobbing in public.

Over the weekend, Björk also made another one of her MoMA videos, which debuted in March, available to watch online. Set to "Stonemilker," it was filmed on a beach in Iceland using virtual-reality technology, to be viewed with an Oculus Rift headset. But you can still get some of that 360-degree experience on YouTube by watching it in a Google Chrome browser, which we highly recommend if you're interested in watching Björk clones.