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Björk is getting her own MoMA exhibit

Björk, the Icelandic pixie and singer who is also a robot or something, will be the subject of a 2015 exhibition at New York’s Museum Of Modern Art. The show, simply titled Björk, will not only showcase her music and various video collaborations, but will also present a narrative, billed as both “biographical and imaginatively fictitious”—also a perfect description of Björk herself. In addition to audio, video, costumes, and other objects, the exhibit will debut “a newly commissioned, immersive music and film experience conceived and realized with director Andrew Huang and 3-D design leader Autodesk.” The Museum also announced that it has acquired Björk’s Biophilia app, which will be the first app in its collection. (Don’t worry, you can still keep your copy.) Björk is set to open in March of next year, and it will run for three months. 

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