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Bjork presents "Biophilia"

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MIF is delighted to welcome Björk to Manchester for the world premiere of her Biophilia live show.

 

Björk will be at MIF for a three-week residency; six intimate shows in the striking space of Campfield Market Hall for audiences of 1800,her first Uk dates in over three years.

 

Where do music, nature and technology meet? Björk introduces Biophilia, her most ambitious and exciting work to date. A multimedia project encompassing music, apps,internet, installations and live shows, Biophilia celebrates how sound works in nature, exploring the infinite expanse of the universe,from planetary systems to atomic structure.

 

Björk will be performing Biophilia tracks and music from her genre-defying back catalogue with a small group of unique musical collaborators, including an award-winning Icelandic female choir. The show will feature a range of specially conceived and crafted instruments, among them a bespoke pipe organ that accepts digital information and a 30 foot pendulum that harnesses the earth’s gravitational pull to create musical patterns.

 

In a special collaboration with MIF, the Biophilia show will travel to major cities around the world following the Manchester premiere. MIF will be working with young people in Manchester to explore the ideas behind Björk’s Bilophilia.

 

 

Thu 30 June 20:30

Sun 3 July 16:00

Thu 7 July 20:30

Sun 10 July 16:00

Wed 13 July 20:30

Sat 16 July 20:30

 

Cannot wait for this!

 

I've never seen Bjork and she is my absolute favourite artist. This is right on my doorstep (about 5 mins from my place of work and 15 mins from my apartment).

 

Quite steep though - £45.

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MIF is delighted to welcome Björk to Manchester for the world premiere of her Biophilia live show.

 

Björk will be at MIF for a three-week residency; six intimate shows in the striking space of Campfield Market Hall for audiences of 1800,her first Uk dates in over three years.

 

Where do music, nature and technology meet? Björk introduces Biophilia, her most ambitious and exciting work to date. A multimedia project encompassing music, apps,internet, installations and live shows, Biophilia celebrates how sound works in nature, exploring the infinite expanse of the universe,from planetary systems to atomic structure.

 

Björk will be performing Biophilia tracks and music from her genre-defying back catalogue with a small group of unique musical collaborators, including an award-winning Icelandic female choir. The show will feature a range of specially conceived and crafted instruments, among them a bespoke pipe organ that accepts digital information and a 30 foot pendulum that harnesses the earth’s gravitational pull to create musical patterns.

 

In a special collaboration with MIF, the Biophilia show will travel to major cities around the world following the Manchester premiere. MIF will be working with young people in Manchester to explore the ideas behind Björk’s Bilophilia.

 

 

Thu 30 June 20:30

Sun 3 July 16:00

Thu 7 July 20:30

Sun 10 July 16:00

Wed 13 July 20:30

Sat 16 July 20:30

 

Cannot wait for this!

 

I've never seen Bjork and she is my absolute favourite artist. This is right on my doorstep (about 5 mins from my place of work and 15 mins from my apartment).

 

Quite steep though - £45.

 

 

may go and check it out

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That was fucking amazing. Anyone who gets a chance to see the show in the future, don't miss out, worth more than £50

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there's a Biophilia app now on iTunes that's pretty sweet, but it's priced per track. nerp

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