MoMA's Rain Room Is an Exhibit That is Not Afraid to Get You Wet

By: Brandon Bastaldo - Published: • References: random-international & collabcubed
rAndom International is an art studio that is pushing the limits of interactive exhibitions with their Rain Room installation set up at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

For most people, the idea of being caught in a rainstorm is generally frustrating and uncomfortable. The interesting thing about the Rain Room installation is that by wonderfully recreating the feeling of being immersed in a natural downpour, rAndom is actually attracting people to this waterlogged environment.

The Rain Room is so large that it's actually a separate part of MoMa, and this is a striking fact considering that MoMa is a large facility to begin with. A naturalistic downpour isn't the only thing that the Rain Room has to offer patrons as it comes equipped with state of the art camera systems to capture your slippery fun. Stats for Storm Simulating Installations Trending: Older & Buzzing
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