Björk's performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall on May 30, part of the Los Angeles Philharmonic's larger Reykjavik Festival, is sold out, but you can still watch Iceland's most famous star in "Björk Digital." Even better, the virtual reality experience allows you to see the singer on an Icelandic beach and in the highlands, at a concert in Tokyo and from the inside of her mouth. The touring exhibit's centerpiece is six VR videos for songs off her current album, Vulnicura, namely "Stonemilker," "Black Lake," "Quicksand," "Mouth Mantra," "Family" and "Notget." The exhibit also includes a "Biophilia" room that features apps and custom-made musical instruments, and a "Cinema" room where additional, career-spanning videos directed by Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze, Alexander McQueen and others will be screened.
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