This Sunday, Venezuelan-born producer Arca and London-based director Jesse Kanda will premiere a film at MoMA PS1's VW dome, in Long Island City, Queens.

The film is a visual interpretation of Arca's latest release, &&&&&, and will be accompanied by a performance by mezzo-soprano Abby Fischer and a light installation and set designed by New York-based video and art collective Thunderhorse.

Arca, who produced a number of songs on Kanye West's latest LP, Yeezus, has previously worked with Kanda on a number of music videos for his own tunes (see "Ass Swung Low"'s creepily animated photos of children, or the pristine geometrics of "Manners").

Come for the music, stay for black-and-white strobe lights and projections of flesh-toned jellyfish-like creatures billowing about on stiltlike legs (if Arca's website's anything to go by).