Björk has shared another music video from Vulnicura made with virtual reality technology, following last week’s public unveiling of the 360-degree video for “Stonemilker”.  The video for “Black Lake”, Vulnicura’s ten-minute centerpiece, was commissioned by New York’s Museum of Modern Art for their recent retrospective on Björk’s illustrious career. Both videos, now available on YouTube, were previously only found at the MoMA exhibit. 

Watch below, after a statement from Björk:

dear folks

here comes the black lake video

a video me and andrew thomas huang did

i would like to thank him and james merry so strongly for going through with me the longest video process yet, especially to andrew for his talented elegant patience and to take my first visual impulses and weave into them his own magnificent vision :

im so honoured !!

it was a complex yet adventurous process to synchronize with so many departments

i would like to thank klaus biesenbach for commissioning it

and to the haxan cloak , the speaker collaborators , the architect david benjamin , marco perry who all helped me make the most ideal sound room possible for that songand then thank derek and emma birkett and tamsin . and iris and erna

and arca for producing the music with me

can i also thank new york for a feisty 5 months , 8 lush gigs ?

i guess its time for "stonemilker" and "black lake" to get out there into the world after a 3 month stint in a museum ..... ( after all the effort , stonemilker was like black lakes spontaneous baby sibling ha ha ha ) we tried to make it in a way it was both at home there and also as a no nonesense music video ( still my fav format) and i hope you dont mind the wait

most curious though about them next things

perhaps we dont even have the best tools yet

and technology might be where all the senses can merge even better ?

!!! here’s to some more VR vulnicura releases soon !!!