Interact with 360-Degree Björk Video

Image Courtesy of Elektra RecordsBjörk’s 360-degree virtual reality video "Stonemilker" has hit YouTube.

The interactive video was part of the retrospective of Bjork's work at New York's Museum of Modern Art in March. Directed by Andrew Thomas Huang, the clip gives the viewer the opportunity to view the singer, standing on a beach in her native Iceland, from different angles simply by clicking and dragging the image on the screen -- if you're using a 360-compatible browser.

"Intimacy was the goal of this project, giving Björk the open, unrestricted stage on which to perform, and giving audiences a one-on-one experience with her through VR," Huang tells Dazed. "The shoot was spontaneous, decided in a late-night conversation between me and Björk while we had VR gear with us in Iceland – the cyclical format of the 360-degree was perfect for the circular fugue structure of ‘Stonemilker.'"

The song, from Bjork's 2014 album Vulnicura, is haunting piece set to lush orchestration.

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