Following on from the "nightmare" leak of Björk's new album Vulnicura, New York's MoMA announces that it will be showing a short film for a track taken from this latest release, 'Black Lake'.

This isn't just out of the blue, though. The Museum of Modern Art has already announced that it will be hosting a Björk Retrospective from 7th March to 7th June. Last year they also added the interactive audio-visual app for Biophilia to their permanent collection. There's something of a love affair at work between the New York institution and the Icelandic singer, it seems.

The video for 'Black Lake' will be an "immersive film and music experience" that will aim to mirror the song's themes of "pain, perishing, and rebirth". To reiterate: you'll have to be in New York between the 7th March and 7th June to see this at MoMA's Björk retrospective.

• Also brought to light in a string of Björk-immortalising announcements is the publishing of Björk: Archives, a book that looks back through her career with snippets of poetry, philosophy, artwork, quotations and outfits. It'll be published 30th March.