Musician, actor and iconoclast Björk announced this week that she will unveil a new concert production project, Cornucopia, in the spring of 2019 at new Hudson Yards arts venue the Shed.

"I am very excited to announce that i will be part of [the Shed's] opening season in manhattan next spring," Bjork tweeted about the news. "This winter i will prepare my most elaborate stage concert yet, where the acoustic and digital will shake hands, encouraged by a bespoke team of collaborators. warmth, bjork."

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The project, conceived and performed by Björk and directed by Tony Award-winner John Tiffany, marks her “first-ever production created with theatrical collaborators,” according to the Shed's CEO Alex Poots. Media artist Tobias Gremmler will create the digital visual design in an environment created by stage designer Chloe Lamford. And Björk will be accompanied by Viibra, a seven-piece female Icelandic flute ensemble, along with harpist Katie Buckley, “electronics” player Bergur Þórisson and percussionist Manu Delgado.

It's unclear whether the production will include new music, draw from her 2017 album Utopia, or feature music from throughout her career.

The Shed is scheduled to open in spring 2019 at West 30th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues. It will commission "original works of art, across all disciplines, for all audiences... from hip hop to classical music, painting and sculpture to literature, film to theater and dance." You can see more information about the venue and its upcoming slate here.