The new music video for Björk’s “Mutual Core” is stunning and surreal. Commissioned by the Museum of COntemporary Art for their MOCAtv venture, the Andrew Huang-directed clip find the Icelandic songstress surrounded by creatures with ambiguous intentions, making the imagery horrifying and beautiful at the same time. Via Stereogum:
In the video, we see Björk, buried to her waist in sand, singing while sentient, inhuman rock-creatures float around her, attempting to form strange connections. As the song unfolds, the images reach an explosive conclusion that resembles a fucked-up metal album cover. I have no idea what director Andrew Thomas Huang‘s visuals mean, but like so many other Björk videos, it’s a beguilingly strange vision. Watch it below.