Did You Know That There Is An Artificial “Rain Room” In London That Makes Rain. Known as The Most Amazing Place In The World.
To all of us, the most uncomfortable thing might be walking when rain is falling on top of our heads. A few years ago, however, an organization called “Random International” which gained its prominence and recognition for its digital art forms bringing together thousands of people from a variety of departments and created its newest “rain room”.
The one-of a-kind room is situated in the barbican center showcasing a number of performances in contemporary art.
Artificial Rain “Rain Room” opened on October 4, 2012, and was created in London by inventive artists. The rain room is a space of 1000 square feet that allows tourists to walk under the Artificial Rain without getting wet.
Rain Room lets tourists walk through a downpour without getting wet. Motion sensors sense the movements of visitors as they pass through obscure space. In this intersection of literature, technology and nature, is being performed.
Rain Room is an artwork by Hannes Koch and Florian Ortkrass, who found their first installation in 2018 in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
Kate Bush (curator), Head of Art Galleries at the Barbican Centre, said: “The Curve has previously played host to guitar-playing finches, a World War II bunker and a digital bowling alley. Random International has created a new work as audacious and convincing as it is – Rain Room meets all our expectations.”
Timeout described Rain Room at the Barbican as “one of the most famous art installations of recent years. It was incredible, featuring endless dripping water that somehow avoided you as you walked through it.”
Our Social Media Links :
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/NUTSHELLSCHOOL
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/nutshell_school/