Björk Digital in Reykjavik from November

The new, exciting virtual-reality exhibition Björk Digital – currently in London – will open at Reykjavik’s Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre in November.

Björk Digital is “an experimental VR project, a total merging of Björk’s music and cutting-edge technology that expands the musical experiment realm”, according to the Harpa website.

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The Icelandic pop superstar believes that the latest VR technology “can connect her and the audience intimately; in a different way than CDs or live concerts could”.

Ticket sales for Björk Digital in Iceland begin at 10am on 20 October. Only twenty people are admitted in each slot (starting every fifteen minutes), so anybody interested is encouraged to get their tickets in good time.


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