Björk is back at it again, diving head first into the world of VR, and there’s no stopping her anytime soon.
After dropping a teaser for her upcoming VR music video for the Vulnicura track “Family” last week, the artist is teasing us once again with a glimpse of the VR video for “Notget” off the same album.
The 21-second preview clip continues the relentless work Björk has put into the immersive medium to complete a full VR version of her Vulnicura album in the coming months.
The “Notget” VR music video premiered Wednesday at a Björk digital exhibition at the Iceland Airwaves festival. Directed by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, the video features an underwater Björk figure filled with fire that looks like a beautifully animated TiltBrush sculpture.
Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones have been responsible for capturing much of the singer’s various photographic looks in the past, and whose style can be defined by high production light painting type of imagery. Often times captured on surreal sets, we can’t wait to see what the duo has helped create with Björk in VR.
Björk was early to jump on board the immersive medium, releasing a 360° music video experience early 2015 for “Stonemilker” from the album Vulnicura. This Summer, Björk went even further, hitting the road with a global tour of The Björk Digital exhibition that featured three more VR music videos.