12.06.13 by Staff

“Rain Room” by rAndom International exhibition at MoMA

rain room by random international at moma
Love rAndom International’s “Rain Room,” a room that is set up with sensors so you can walk into a raining room and not get wet! See more images below and watch the video from The Creators Project.

rain room by random international at moma

rain room by random international at moma

rain room by random international at moma

random international

via: the creators project













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  • herbiederbie

    fucking amazeballs!

  • Elizabeth

    I love this! anyone know how long the exhibition will be around?

    • Hope its long enough for me to get there!

    • Lana

      It closes July 28! Make sure to hurry! :D

  • allen

    I’d like the video to just be somebody walking through it with a suade jacket on like NBD.

  • Srimahan

    Do you really think it’s worth the four hour wait in the blazing heat??? MOMA didn’t manage the crowds with any sort of timing or reservation system because “the artist” didn’t want it. Really????





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