Published On 16 November, 2012 | By Lolia | Music
Ever wished you could control the rain? Well you can now until next year at the Barbican Curve Gallery.

It is an exciting time to visit the Barbican Curve Gallery this winter up until March 3rd 2013. Some experimental artists by the name of Random International have used the gallery space to create the ‘Rain Room’. As outrageous as that sounds it is the largest ambitious installation! It is a 100 square metres of falling water that responds to human sound and movement.

This is made possible with high-tech cameras and sensors. Do not worry, you will not have to bring a brolly with you, as the rain will fall around you not on you.  You may feel inspired to dance in the rain with tap dancing shoes. But whatever the case, entry is free, so why not check it out.

The exhibition is open daily 11am – 8pm and Thursday until 10pm . For more information click onto the exhibition’s website.

Check the video out for the Rain Room below.

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