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Cities february 4, 2013

Bjork Launches Her Own Interactive Educational Curriculum

The Icelandic singer is trying to raise funds on Kickstarter for her Biophilia program that will inspire creativity and a love of learning.

Culture november 29, 2012

Björk Plans Biophilia Residency In Paris

The singer will perform six dates in the French capital, including four gigs in a circus tent on an island on the Seine river.

Advertising september 7, 2012

Lady Gaga’s New Album Is An Interactive, Multimedia Experience

"Artpop" will allow fans to engage with and explore songs through extra digital content.

Culture may 23, 2012

Björk Expands Her Biophilia Educational Programs To The New York Public Library [Headlines]

A curriculum for the New York Public Library and the Children's Museum of Manhattan is being developed to teach kids science through the interactive elements in the singer's app album.

Advertising february 29, 2012

What Do Kids Learn At Bjork’s Academy? [Video]

The Icelandic artist's Biophelia Educational Program injects music lessons with a dosage of scientific inquiry.

Advertising october 21, 2011

frog: The Bad Boys Of Motion Design

Common themes in motion design from retro-60's feel to biophilia.

Advertising september 23, 2011

PSFK Asks The Purple List, What Norms, Systems, & Products Need To Be Reassessed?

PSFK asks our PurpleList experts, what needs to be reexamined and changed in the modern world?

Advertising july 23, 2011

Singer Björk Changes The Way We Consume Music With New App

Björk's new album Biophilia is an interactive app that immerses listeners in each track with games and musical artifacts.

Advertising july 22, 2011

Need To Know: 10 Must Read Posts Of The Week

A weekly round-up of the top ten most popular posts on PSFK--from culture to technology, art to business this list has it all.

Advertising july 21, 2011

Ed Cotton: A Peek Into Bjork’s New Music Hybrid

The Director of Strategy at BSSP explores the Icelandic singer's new app/album hybrid and reviews the groundbreaking concept that combines music with science and nature.

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