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Singing in the rain


The world-famous “Rain Room” installation has come to the Museum of Contemporary Art Busan. The work, created by the London-based art collective Random International, has wowed audiences around the world since its 2012 debut in London, and it was particularly successful at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Viewers can walk through a downpour without getting wet, thanks to motion sensors. However, viewers are asked to walk very slow; if you move quickly, you will get wet. The Rain Room is part of Random International’s solo show, which runs through Jan. 27, 2020. Admission is 5,000 won ($4.14). The museum recommends that visitors purchase tickets online in advance. For more details, visit [MOON SO-YOUNG]

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