Bjork's MoMA Installation Combines Science and Music
Icelandic singer Bjork will display her 20-year body of work at New York City's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) next week including exciting new, tech-infused displays. A musical Tesla coil, Gravity Harp, and pieces of sci-fi ephemera from her robot sex video, "All is Full of Love," will all add to the interactivity of the installation. Upon entry, viewers are given headphones as well as a smartphone with an app developed by Electronics Research Lab at Volkswagen. The two-story installation will combine scientific research with music composition.
By Jordan Moses
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