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Icelandic singer and wacky fashion icon Björk collaborated with an LA director on her latest art piece/music video and fittingly, it's getting its own LA premiere. The clip for her song "Mutual Core" debuted at MOCA today and will be available on the museum's YouTube channel tomorrow. The museum had the video on a loop from 11am to 4:45pm; this is the first-ever MOCATV screening event.
Style.com describes the concept of the video as, "the singer as a sorceress commanding rocks to come up out of the ground and collide with each other." For the shoot, Björk wore a dress by designer Michael van der Ham and a blue wig. Above, a teaser.
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