The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has a number of exciting exhibits that are shared with the community throughout the year. One such exhibit is the new Rain Room that will be coming to LACMA starting on November 1st. The Rain Room will be open all the way until March 6th, 2016. If you want to engage in an interactive and never before felt experience, visit the Rain Room at LACMA today!
The Rain Room is an exhibit created by Random International. This exhibit allows guests to be immersed in an environment where rain perpetually falls. Except, it also can detect when humans are present, which allows for something that was once thought impossible - the ability for humans to control rain. Random International wants to provide guests with a unique opportunity for sensory reflection, especially amidst our busy and sometimes hectic life. Random International was founded in 2005 and is a collaborative studio where experimental art can be practiced. Through the use of science and technology, Random International creates varied opportunities for people to challenge and question the human experience amidst a world that is growing more and more attached to technology and machinery.
Each gallery visit to the Rain Room lasts for 10-15 minutes approximately. During each allotted time, 18-22 people can enter into the gallery and 5-7 people can enter into the rain at once. Since this is a specially ticketed experience, tickets for the Rain Room must be purchased in addition to the general admission ticket to LACMA. If you’re looking for something interesting to do while staying in a hotel in Los Angeles close to LACMA, then head down to the museum and check out this exhibit. LACMA is located at 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036.