BJORK’S ‘PRAYER’ FOR DEVIL

The song will be shown in an exhibition called 'Devil's Playground'...

Bjork has recorded a new track which will accompany a photography exhibition in LONDON next month.

The song, ‘Prayer Of The Heart’, was commissioned by Bjork‘s record company, One Little Indian, for Bjork and the Brodsky Quartet. It was written by classical composer John Tavener.

The song will be shown in an exhibition called ‘Devil’s Playground’ – the first major UK exhibition by photographer Nan Goldin. Bjork‘s song is part of a work called ‘Heart Beat’, a slide installation which the artist developed in collaboration with Bjorkand Tavener.

A spokesperson for Bjork‘s record company said: “That recording is one of many that Bjork is currently working on – it will definitely be released at some point in the future.”

The show runs from January 24 – March 31 at the Whitechapel Gallery and will then travel to Madrid, Porto, and Turin.

This is not the first time Bjork‘s music has been used in an art exhibition – her work is for example featured in the current Radical Fashion exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London which can be viewed until January 6.