For the sixth track off ‘Vulnicura,’ directors Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones take Björk through a visual and sonic metamorphosis.
Since releasing Vulnicura in 2015, Björk has been unfurling several multimedia appendages, like the immersive NotGet VR audiovisual experience, the VR film Family, and the VR music video for “Stonemilker.” In her latest music video, “notget,” premiering today on Creators, frequent collaborators Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones help Björk mark her metamorphosis from grief to transcendence on Vulnicura’s sixth track. The video, with its contrasting black-and-white and colorful halves, is like the song itself: an asphyxiation that mutates into a colorful and verdant breakthrough. The first half can be thought of as a moving portrait, which evolves into a performance piece in the second half.
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