Barbican’s Rain Room: it’s raining, but you won’t get wet

Barbican’s Rain Room: it’s raining, but you won’t get wet

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Architecture and design critic Oliver Wainwright steps into the Rain Room, a technical wonder by contemporary art studio rAndom International. The free installation, which runs at the Curve at the Barbican in London from 4 October until 3 March 2013, uses 2,500 litres of water, falling at 1,000 litres per minute

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18 thoughts on “Barbican’s Rain Room: it’s raining, but you won’t get wet

  1. Totally not FUCKING ART. Just an attraction like the ones you can see at Disneyland. Fuck those ""artist"" and museums that buy them coz they know people like these things.

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