Bjork @ The New York Hall of Science

On February 10, 2012 by Will Hermes

Bjork will be playing another concert at the New York Hall of Science–located on the old World’s Fair grounds in Corona, Queens– this Sunday, after cancelling yesterday’s show due to “health issues,” according to The New York Times. The final shows of the run will be 2/15 and 2/18.

Read my NPR review of last Friday’s remarkable concert here.

Below are some of the instruments Bjork employed for the show. In order: a four-unit iPad array, gravity harps, Tesla coils, remotely-triggered pipe organs, the Reactable, the Graduale Nobili choir (w/ DNA projections), and the Queen Bee. And finally, the 2/3/12 setlist.

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