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A 360º Look at Björk's Two New Music Videos

 

Well-known for her pioneering spirit and penchant for exploration, it comes as no surprise that Björk is among the first musicians to employ virtual reality as a medium. Debuted in March at MoMA PS1 and select record stores, the first installment of Björk-reality arrived as a 360º music video for “Stonemilker,” the opening track off her newest album,Vulnicura (One Little Indian). Just this past week, Björk released the music video on the web, which you can now view thanks to YouTube's 360º video.

 

Björk is no stranger to futuristic experimentation and expression; her vision for her charged 2011 release,Biophilia (One Little Indian), required the artist to commission several new instruments of her own collaborative design to realize in full. This time around, Vulnicura finds Björk continuing to push the technological envelope while simultaneously scaling back, limiting her focus to her own humanity. With regard to the album’s devastatingly personal subject matter, the artist told Pitchfork, “I had like 20 technological threads of things I could have done, but the album couldn’t be futuristic. It had to be singer/songwriter. Old-school. It had to be blunt.”

Björk applies the same philosophy to her first foray into virtual reality. Flouting the flash of the VR experience, her interpretation is refreshingly simple; through the VR headset, you are transported to Grótta’s beach on the northwestern tip of Reykjavik and delivered to Björk—waiting for you there with an intimate serenade, in her homeland, in the place where this song was written.

New virtual realities can be eagerly anticipated from Björk, as the artist is currently working with a number of directors on virtual and augmented realities, which will be appearing as they develop. The 3D video for “Stonemilker” will be made available to the public on Björk's own VR platform in the coming months

 

 

 

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Oh non, encore un projet inspecteur gadget :rolleyes:

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Pour l'absence de "projet" et la simplicité après le vaaaaste "Biophilia" on repassera !

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Les casques de VR devant justement sortir pour le grand public bientôt (HTC/Valve nov 2015, Sony et Oculus Rift premier trimestre 2016), sans parler du google cardboard deja dispo (la blagounette), ça semble un plutôt bon timing pour tester ces possibilités.

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