For those who missed her in Sydney, Bjork has taken her installation of virtual reality videos to London's Somerset house. 

Famous for her experimental music, (her fifth album Medulla was composed entirely of a cappella, human vocals) her left-of-centre sartorial sensibilities, (who could forget her iconic Valentino swan dress at the 2001 Oscars?) and powerful visuals, Bjork described her presentation as being driven by "experimentation and improvisation," to The Guardian.

The interactive display, designed to be watched in 360 degrees through an immersive headset experience, was realised with a different director for each track - for Mouth Mantra, the viewer finds themselves inside the singers mouth as she sings. Another, Black Lake, was commissioned by the MoMA in NYC, filmed on Iceland's striking black volcanic rocks.

Take a look below for a taste of the interactive experience with the video for Stonemilker.

Bjork's virtual reality opens in London