Just after 7 a.m. this morning, Björk performed her Vulnicura track “Quicksand” at a special event in Tokyo. The performance, which features some incredible luminescent effects, was broadcast live on YouTube in 360º, virtual-reality vision—the first time such a live-stream has taken place, according to a press release. Made with production team Dentsu Lab Tokyo, it’s part of the Björk Digital exhibition, which opens tomorrow in Tokyo. The video can now be viewed below.
Read our feature, “The Invisible Woman: A Conversation With Björk.”
Watch Björk perform “Declare Independence,” via Pitchfork.tv:
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