New York’s Museum of Modern Art has announced a Björk retrospective set to run next year, from March 7th through June 7th. The news comes a week after Paola Antonelli—the museum’s Senior Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design—revealed her decision to make the singer’s Biophilia app the first iOS-era program in MoMA’s permanent collection.
“Even more than video games, apps are highly ‘collectible’ because of their finite or semi-finite nature,” she wrote. “They might be connected to live feeds and to the Web, but their infrastructure design is stable and defined, unlike that of websites. Indeed, in the case of an app like Biophilia, the only variable left open is the exquisite interaction that the artwork welcomes and invites, a testament to the equally exquisite experimental nature of the artist that conceived it.”
Here’s how MoMA describes their full-scale exhibition:
To give you an idea of what the show’s “immersive music and film experience” will look like, here’s some of Huang’s previous film work, including a fairly recent Björk video…