Kinetic Rain at Changi International Airport

Visitors view a kinetic art installation dubbed 'Kinetic Rain' located in Terminal 1 at Changi International Airport in Singapore, which is purported to be the world’s largest kinetic artwork. The installation was designed and constructed by a German group which features 1,216 bronze droplets which are mounted from the ceiling and move in tandem with each other to form patterns and shapes.Photo credit: AP, Then Chih Wey / Xinhua

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  1. Ah, so that’s what it’s called. I visit the airport frequently and this is one of the things that I can watch for a long time while waiting on the plane, absolutely mesmerizing. I’ve been trying to figure out its name for ages, so thank you!

    Although as far as I’ve been in Singapore I’ve never heard this little red dot of a country as part of Thailand before, nor has Thailand’s airports have a replica of this installation, so it might do good to have a correction in the post there.

  2. Hello Moon and thanks for the correction.

  3. Hi,

    I spotted this at 3am on June 27th, I walked into the airport and stopped dead in my tracks and watched this for at least 10 mins.

    Truly amazing,

    thank you

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