A centerpiece of the Bjork retrospective at MoMA is the brand new music video “Black Lake,” which was created over the course of a year and within a screening room that was specifically designed for it.
Fast Company‘s John Paul Titlow writes, “After countless iterations, the final product opened it doors on March 2: a small standing-room theater adorned with two large screens on either side of the room, each one simultaneously displaying different angles and scenes of the same video. The ceiling is affixed with strategically placed speakers that carry the song throughout the room. What isn’t obvious is the room’s most interesting feature: The design of its walls and ceiling is based on the song itself.”
Read the full story here and watch the trailer for “Black Lake” below.