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Audioboo: Alice in Wonderland at Tate Liverpool.

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Putting together an exhibition about a work of towering cultural and literary importance is a huge challenge; where do you start? Creative Tourist’s Susie Stubbs speaks to Tate Liverpool curator Eleanor Clayton all about Alice.

Creative Tourist heads down a rabbit hole at Tate Liverpool”s Alice in Wonderland show (mp3)

Image: Jason Rhoades, Tate Touche from My Madinah: in pursuit of my ermitage, courtesy Tate Liverpool

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