Björk Digital at CCCB

Extended until 22 October

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«Virtual reality is not only a continuity to the music video but has a even more intimate theatrical potential, ideal for this emotional journey.»

Björk

Vulnicura, the wounds album

The exhibition is a journey through some of the main tracks from Vulnicura, one of Björk’s most intimate and highly-acclaimed albums, which the artist created following her break-up from her partner.

An immersive itinerary

Technologies such as panoramic video, wraparound sound, 360º virtual reality, 3D images and VR controls and headsets allow the viewer to disconnect in order to interact with the Björk universe.

Unique opportunity to visit the exhibition in Spain.

A journey to Iceland and the inner world of Björk

In pieces such as Black Lake, Björk uses the striking Icelandic mountains to transmit her mood. The work, directed by Thomas Huang, has been exhibited at the MOMA in New York.

Björk sings for you

The piece Stonemilker VR functions as a private concert in which singer and viewer meet face-to-face in a remote environment: a wild beach in Iceland.

Video clips that are art

Notget VR, one of the virtual reality pieces, has recently won the Grand Prix at the Cannes Festival. You will also be able to see a selection of the best music videos from Björk’s career, directed by the likes of Spike Jonze and Michel Gondry.

Practical information


Dates and times

Extended until 22 October

From Monday to Thursday | 15.00 - 19.00
Fridays | 15.00 - 20.00
Saturdays | 10.00 - 20.00
Sunday and bank holidays | 10.00 - 19.00


Price

€14.50 | General admission

€12.50 | Reduced admission *


* SonarPass holders or Sónar+D Delegate Pass Holders, Friends of CCCB, unemployed, Targeta Rosa and Disabled cards, Groups of 10 people (+info taquilles@cccb.org).

On Sunday afternoons admission is not free.

This exhibition is not included in the ArticketBCN circuit.


Visit details

Advance purchase of admission tickets is essential.
Capacity: 25 people per session.
Experience duration: 90 minutes.
Punctuality is requested.
Once the session has started, latecomers will not be admitted.
Age: over 14 years.

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