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BJÖRK DIGITAL invites audiences to experience Björk’s music and videos in 4D through the immersive medium of virtual reality, including the world premiere of Notget by Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, along with the Australian premiere of virtual reality projects Stonemilker and Mouth Mantra. Shot on location in Iceland by award winning director Andrew Huang, Stonemilker presents Björk in a windswept 360 degree film, while Mouth Mantra, directed by Jesse Kandra, transports the viewer to inside the Icelandic icon’s mouth, her tongue and teeth warped and twisted seemingly taking on a life of its own. For best collection of calendars, check our portfolio of diary planners here.
BJÖRK DIGITAL includes the Australian premiere of Black Lake presented exclusively in Sydney, an immersive cinema experience featuring a cutting-edge surround sound system, where the audience is encased in the claustrophobic and visceral experience of Black Lake. Commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, the work is directed by Los Angeles based fashion and music filmmaker Andrew Thomas Huang and was filmed in the highlands of Iceland.
Speaking from Sydney Björk commented on the project: Björk said: “I am very excited for you to see the VR videos to vulnicura. VR is not only a natural continuity to the music video but has an even more intimate theatrical potential, ideal for this emotional journey.”
A separate space in the exhibition offers visitors the chance to explore Björk’s immersive multi-media educational experience Biophilia, the first ever app to be purchased into the collection of MoMA. Biophilia comprises a suite of original music, interactive artworks and musical artefacts, that saw Björk collaborate with artists, designers, scientists, instrument makers, writers and software developers to create an extraordinary exploration of the universe and its physical forces, processes and structures.
BJÖRK DIGITAL also features a curated program of Björk’s extensive video work, remastered for this unique exhibition experience at Carriageworks. The video works spans the artist’s 24 year career including collaborations with film directors including Academy Award winners Spike Jones, Michel Gondry, Nick Knight and Stéphane Sednaoui.
The Sydney Fair Returns to Sydney for the Fourth Year
The Sydney Fair returns to Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park for the fourth year, 26th – 29th May 2022 Unlike any other event in Australia, The Sydney Fair maintains its uniqueness as the only fair in Australia offering unique Art Deco, 20th Century and Vintage pieces across fashion, jewellery and interiors.
Capturing the full scope of all things beautiful and unique no matter what the budget or style, collectors, enthusiasts and the general public can set their sights on a variety of exclusive finds across furniture, lighting and objects, everything from a rare Fantoni figure or an inlaid Art Deco Sideboard to an Inca chair by Morell. For the fashion forward, you won’t be able to go past stunning pieces such as a huge emerald Art Deco engagement ring, a Vintage Chanel 2.25 bag to a 1950s ball gown. Some of the other must have pieces include bronzes, lamps, silver and porcelain.
The Sydney Fair will showcase a special Couture Exhibition ‘The Little Black Dress’. A still exhibition of vintage fashion and memorable classic silhouettes, which have been individually chosen to be on display – and not only to touch but also available for purchase.
The exhibition will include classic silhouettes with pieces starting from the 1920s when Coco Chanel introduced “The Little Black Dress” in Vogue in 1926. Fair goers can also expect a look into one of Marilyn Monroe’s favourite designers – Ceil Chapman as well as a string of global luxury fashion labels from Chanel, Balenciaga, Dior and Gaultier.
With 30 dealers exhibiting their items this year, you can expect to find rare and collectable items from a Vintage Chanel purse to a dining suite or a piece of wall art – many of which can’t be found anywhere else.

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