Björk Digital at Somerset House was quite an experience. Having no prior knowledge of Björk’s music or what a virtual music video means, I was not prepared for what lay ahead. You enter the show in a group, and are led to each room. Apart from the first and last room which has traditional projection screens, the remaining rooms consist of stools and virtual reality goggles. Placing the goggles over your eyes, and headphones over your ears you are immersed in Björk’s music video. One video you are moving across the Icelandic landscape and in another you find yourself inside Björk’s mouth. After a virtual reality exhibition it feels strange exiting into reality.