Dodging raindrops

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A woman poses for pictures in an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. The 'Rain Room', a 100 square meter field of falling water invites visitors to walk into. As the visitor walks through the rain stops around them, giving them an experience of how it might feel to control the rain. AFP/Leon Neal

A woman poses for pictures in an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. The 'Rain Room', a 100 square meter field of falling water invites visitors to walk into. As the visitor walks through the rain stops around them, giving them an experience of how it might feel to control the rain. AFP/Leon Neal

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A woman poses for pictures in an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

A woman poses for pictures in an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

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Visitors walk through an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

Visitors walk through an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

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Visitors walk through an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

Visitors walk through an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

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Two women shake hands as they pose for pictures in an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

Two women shake hands as they pose for pictures in an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

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A woman poses for pictures in an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

A woman poses for pictures in an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

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A man poses for pictures as he walks through an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

A man poses for pictures as he walks through an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

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Visitors walk through an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London AFP/Leon Neal

Visitors walk through an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London AFP/Leon Neal

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A woman walks through an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

A woman walks through an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

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A man poses for pictures at an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

A man poses for pictures at an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

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Two women shake hands as they pose for pictures in an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

Two women shake hands as they pose for pictures in an art installation entitled "Rain Room" during a photocall at the Barbican in London. AFP/Leon Neal

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