Beautiful Kinetic Rain at Singapore’s Changi Airport

A beautiful kinetic rain sculpture inside Singapore Changi Airport, features 1,216 bronze raindrops spanning 75 square meters, making it one of the largest kinetic sculptures in the world. Its designed by Joachim Sauter‘s Berlin-based art studio ART+COM.

These droplets are suspended from the ceiling on thin steel wire and controlled by small motors which move them around so they look like they’re floating in fluid, mesmerizing movements— they follow a 15-minute choreographed, computer-controlled pattern. Watch the video below.

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