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Book Explores Björk’s Impact on Music, Culture

Earlier this month, New York City’s Museum of Modern Art opened a new exhibit featuring the work of singer and artist Björk. To coincide with the exhibition, a book called Björk: Archives was recently published. The book is made up of five volumes-each with an individual contributor, one of who is right here in Houston. […]

Earlier this month, New York City’s Museum of Modern Art opened a new exhibit featuring the work of singer and artist Björk. To coincide with the exhibition, a book called Björk: Archives was recently published. The book is made up of five volumes-each with an individual contributor, one of who is right here in Houston.

Timothy Morton is Rita Shea Guffey Chair in English at Rice University. He spent three months collaborating with the musician for his volume, This Huge Sunlit Abyss From The Future Right There Next To You.

Houston Matters' Maggie Martin recently sat down with Morton to discuss his collaboration with Björk.

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