The centre hosts an exhibition created by Björk in collaboration with a number of visual artists.
Björk digital is one of those exhibitions that are easier to experience than to explain. Rosa Ferré, who is head of exhibitions at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB), defines it as, "a theatrical experience, a technological opera. Björk manages to connect with her audience in a unique, intimate way". The exhibition is opening at CCCB on 14 June and there is a limit of 25 people per session, which makes buying your tickets in advance more important than ever.
The exhibition, which is touring the world, offers an immersive, virtual reality experience of Björk's creative universe. The 90-minute experience, which was designed by Björk herself in collaboration with some of the best visual artists working today, features installations based on her latest album Vulnicura, bringing together aspects of film, performance, installations, video and audience interaction.
Born in 1965, Björk is a singer-songwriter, composer and actress. Considered to be a child prodigy, she released her first recordings at the age of 11. After playing with a series of groups, she began her solo career in 1993, going on to enjoy international success and acclaim. Refusing to limite herself to any one musical style, her work is influenced by jazz, electronica, punk and experimental music, though her own unique personality always shines through at both the visual and the sonic levels.
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