Pre­pare for a jour­ney down the rab­bit hole

Shanghai Daily - - WHAT’S ON - Xu Wei

“AL­ICE — Into the Rab­bit Hole,” a crossover ex­hi­bi­tion in­spired by the fa­mous chil­dren’s book “Al­ice’s Ad­ven­tures in Won­der­land”, is all ready to take crowds down a rab­bit hole.

The ex­hi­bi­tion cov­er­ing more than 1,000 square me­ters fea­tures mul­ti­me­dia art in­stal­la­tions cre­ated by 23 artists. When it was pre­sented in South Korea, the ex­hi­bi­tion at­tracted over 400,000 vis­i­tors.

Di­verse el­e­ments of mu­sic, laser and aro­mather­apy com­bine to turn ma­jor fan­tasy scenes of the orig­i­nal novel into re­al­ity.

Vis­i­tors will be of­fered an im­mer­sive and artis­tic ex­pe­ri­ence at var­i­ous sites of Rab­bit Hole, Look­ing Glass, Pool of Tears, Chess­board The­ater and Al­ice’s Room. In­ter­ac­tive games and ac­tiv­i­ties will also be pre­sented.

Dur­ing the event in Shang­hai, cello con­cert and yoga sa­lon will also be held. Singer Huang Ling also brings her lat­est song and paint­ing work to lo­cal peo­ple.

Date: Through March 10 Venue: G/F The Hub Ad­dress: 688 Shen­chang Rd

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