During the fall of 2011 Bjork unleashed Biophilia, a multidimensional music project that encompasses her eighth studio album, a slew of interactive digital apps, six-week residencies in eight cities and now... a documentary.
On April 26, the Tribeca Film Festival will be premiering Björk: Biophilia Live, directed by Nick Fenton and Peter Strickland.
The film chronicles the September 3, 2013, show at London's Alexandra Palace and includes animations from the album’s apps. According to a press release, the film explores themes heard on the album such as "the relationships between musical structures and natural phenomena—atomic, cellular and cosmic." While it's not clear exactly what that actually means, if the film is anything like the “Hollow” and “Mutual Core” music videos, seen below, then fans will be in for a real treat.