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Celebration Of Colour
Rainbow Map by Mademoiselle Maurice


French artist Mademoiselle Maurice has created this striking installation of a world map created in the negative space of water that had been poured from above. Below the work, test tubes are neatly lined up in a row, showing you which color the artist used for each individual section. It’s a beautifully creative piece that we’d love to see in person.

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Lightshower by Bruce Munro

Bruce Munro installed Light Shower in the ancient Salisbury Cathedral in late November 2010. It is made of 1984 strands of optic fibre, each one tipped by a ‘Teardrop’ diffuser. It took Bruce and his team five days to install. Once the testing process was complete, Light Shower was switched on for the first time during the Darkness into Light procession to mark the start of Advent at Salisbury Cathedral.

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Lightshower by Bruce Munro

Bruce Munro installed Light Shower in the ancient Salisbury Cathedral in late November 2010. It is made of 1984 strands of optic fibre, each one tipped by a ‘Teardrop’ diffuser. It took Bruce and his team five days to install. Once the testing process was complete, Light Shower was switched on for the first time during the Darkness into Light procession to mark the start of Advent at Salisbury Cathedral.

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Rain Room - Walk Through Rain Without Getting Wet?!

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What if we could control the weather?

London-based art studio Random International’s latest installation, Rain Room, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, is an indoor downpour that detects passers-through and actually adjusts, to keep them dry.

Thanks to eight motion sensors installed above the space, the water pouring from the ceiling shivvers to avoid you as you move through the room, leaving you completely dry. The sensation of walking through a wall of water and staying dry is uncanny!

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