Interpretations of the MoMa Bjork Retrospective from the "Eh, Bjork Is Cool Perspective"
By Sade A Spence
After ... years of begging Bjork to create a 3--D audio-visual walking discography coined as a retrospective ... the Museum Of Modern Art got their chance, however it was quite underwhelming. The 2 theaters and narrow halls created in the atrium of the museum could not house (hold) the brilliance and abstract of (the artist that is Bjork).
The exhibit is definitely more auditory than visual. Guests are guided by ... and as you weave your way though the narrow halls through narrow hallways created by curtains that open up to figures of
I'm a but not a die-hard Bjorker. I still wanted to see the
The ..response is hungry. I left wanting more and it seemed that others did as well. Erica Smolin of San Francisco said she wasn't sure what to expect but wasn't anticipating an audio driven experience... she was captivated more by the visuals and music... than the guided story of the ... "It was lyrical and poetic" Samantha Brown of Vancouver, CA felt similar saying the narrative "was more of a background noise" but added "there was alot of stimulation" and her overall experience was "great" regardless of previous reviews.