Visitors are asked to memorise the works exhibited, before recollecting them in their own way.

This exhibition takes its inspiration from Ray Bradbury's 1953 sci-fi novel, Farenheit 451, which tells the story of a distant future where works of literature are banished and the only way to save them is to learn them by heart.

Tate Liverpool has created the fictional scenario in which the works of art on display are about to vanish and visitors are asked to commit them to memory. After this they are invited to a performance space where they can represent the works they believe should be remembered forever.

Included are a series of iconic works by Duchamp, Sigmar Polke, Bridget Riley, Andy Warhol and Rachel Whiteread, among others. They have been drawn from the collections of the Centre Pompidou, Tate and MMK.

Tate Liverpool

Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 4BB

0151 702 7400

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Daily, 10.00 - 17.00. Closed on 24 – 26 December.

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