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March 21, 2011

God Dammit Bjork!

by Accidental Bear

BjorkIs this Björk‘s ‘most ambitious and exciting work to date’? Photograph: Dominic Favre/AFP/Getty Images

I have fought tooth and nail to avoid HAVING to get an iphone. This past week I have been bombarded with media releases only available as apps. But this latest release has pushed me over the line, Björk’s app album!

PS Bjork, I love you



Do Björk’s apps break new ground?

The singer’s shows at the Manchester international festival will be accompanied by ‘companion apps’. Is this the future?

It has been announced that Björk has chosen this year’s Manchester international festival to unveil what a suitably breathless press release describes as her “most ambitious and exciting work to date”. In six shows across June and July, everyone’s favourite Icelander will premiere a multimedia project called Biophilia. Apparently it’s all to do with the universe and the planets and atomic structure and whatnot. It all sounds a bit like Professor Brian Cox the Musical (in a good way). READ MORE



This summer, Björk introduces Biophilia, an extraordinary immersive project and her most ambitious work to date. The multi-media endeavour encompasses her music, installations and live shows, and celebrating the use of modern technology by utilising the internet. The project aims to explore ideas like how sound works, the infinite expanse of the universe, from planetary systems to atomic structures.

Read more @ Dazed Digital

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