Bjork has premiered a richly-textured video that took 9 months to complete and will be released in 3D version too.
Bjork's music video for her single "Wanderlust", the fourth single from "Volta", has been premiered on Yahoo! Music on Monday, March 31. True to Bjork's eccentric nature, the video is once again putting visual effects and implicit ideas that have been her signature in her works.
The video reportedly is shot by Bay Area team Encyclopedia Pictura, who have done works for Grizzly Bear, in New York City, using stereoscopic 3D system that enables rich textures to be seen. Choreographer Chris Elam works with artistic director Misnomer Dance for the clip that shows Bjork and her 'beasts' companion traveling down the river.
The video that takes 9 months to complete, runs well over 7 minutes, a pretty long duration for music video in general. This is the 2D version of the video and according to Wired.com, the 3D version will appear on the April 14-released DVD that is accompanied with a pair of 3-D glasses.