MoMA, W54th St., NYC (bt 5th & 6th Ave)
Random International’s immersive environment is presented in the lot directly adjacent to The Museum of Modern Art. A field of falling water that pauses wherever a human body is detected, Rain Room offers visitors the experience of controlling the rain. Known for their distinctive approach to contemporary digital practice, Random International’s experimental projects come alive through audience interaction—and Rain Room is their largest and most ambitious to date. Rain Room is open daily during regular Museum hours. Note: Admittance to the queue will end once it reaches capacity, prior to Museum closing.
“In order for visitors to enjoy the sensory experience of Rain Room, capacity is limited to 10 people at a time. Entry is on a first-come, first-served basis and wait times are expected to be significant. Entry is not guaranteed. Please note that the queue for Rain Room is outside, so plan your visit accordingly.”
Untitled (balloons) by Tom Loughlin
the whole “cover your butt if you wear leggings as pants” Rule that people shove down everyones throat is ridiculous because i dunno about you but leggings make my butt look fine as hell and i’m not tryna cover that up
It’s not about covering the butt. It’s about covering the camel toe and hamstring-cheese.
There’s only one thing young ladies should be inserting in themselves… and that’s knowledge.
Roly House in Belgium
Thanks for getting this house perfect for me. Now please move it to the US.
Sedus Development Centre by Sauerbruch Hutton
A warehouse for Sedus Stoll AG, a manufacturer of office furniture.
Real life cartoons are great.