June 05, 2015 at 05:12 PM EDT

Björk’s “Stonemilker” music video, filmed with a 360-degree camera, was originally intended to be viewed as a virtual-reality experience, but you no longer need a headset to see it in all its gloomy glory: The musician posted the video on YouTube, where users can click and drag to see the entire thing.

The video was shot in Björk’s home country of Iceland and directed by Andrew Huang, an award-winning filmmaker who has collaborated with Björk before on the moving album cover for this year’s Vulnicura. It made its debut at New York’s MoMA PS1 in connection with the Museum of Modern Art’s Björk retrospective, which closes June 7. 

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