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Lose Yourself in the 360º Beauty of Bjork’s New Interactive Video

The Icelandic singer’s new video offers a wonderful, dizzying experience, so long as you can keep up.

Björk has never been one to shy away from innovation when it comes to her music and performances. The Icelandic singer’s latest video for “Stonemilker” is no exception. Directed by Andrew Huang, the beautiful 360° video is interactive, enabling the viewer to see the video from every angle and follow Björk as she moves around the screen. It’s a sometimes dizzying experience that will leave you with a deep appreciation for an artist that continues to push the boundaries of artistic expression.


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