The tiniest museum in the Netherlands, The Small Museum, always puts on admirably diverse displays and for this January special, the museum is adding another must-see exhibition, Shadows In Paradise, which will showcase a broad range of works created by one of the most acclaimed contemporary artists and designers, Tereza Ruller of The Rodina. This time, you can expect to see an impressive design collection that carries themes of changing communications landscape and social and cultural issues. The exhibition kicks off on Friday 8th January and runs until 11th February 2015.
Amsterdam-based, Czech-born designer and artist Tereza Ruller has put a new spin on contemporary graphic design through her practice. She is best known for her ongoing investigations into the relationship between performance art and surface-centric media and runs the research project called ‘Action to Surface’.
“Exposure to mass media arouses fear. Even if the frightening scenarios are fictional they blind us and make us unable to act. Fortunately, we can train to overcome this stream of dread. Come break the spell of apprehension during an enchanting ritual.” – Tereza Ruller.