Eden and the Golden Rule
Put on your VR headset and take a magical trip with Eden to find out what the Golden Rule is all about. A guide to life that has existed for thousands of years and is found in cultures throughout the world: ‘Don’t do anything to other people that you wouldn’t want them to do to you.’ Sounds simple, but is it really that easy to stick to this rule? In a series of unique encounters with the wise teacher Hillel, the Bedouin girl Mahara, a talking wolf and Robbie the Robot you can discover how to treat other people better, and world around you.
Eden and the Golden Rule is a virtual-reality experience for young and old, for everyone willing to see the world through a VR headset.
About the maker: Abner Preis
Eden and the Golden Rule is devised by VR artist and storyteller Abner Preis. In 2019, Abner Preis won a Gouden Leeuw jury prize for the best international media project on Cinekid.
Children’s author Bibi Dumon Tak helped write the text. She has won various prizes with her books, including a Gouden Griffel and Theo Thijssen prize for children’s and young adult literature. For the Children’s Museum, she wrote ‘Mijn huis, jouw huis’, a poetry collection illustrated by Fiep Westendorp.
The exhibition features art by Ida Kleiterp.
Every VR headset is cleaned after use. Check here for more information about staying safe when visiting a museum.
This exhibition is presented in the Jewish Historical Museum’s Children’s Museum at Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1, Amsterdam 1011PL. The Jewish Historical Museum is housed in a centuries-old former synagogue complex of Amsterdam’s Ashkenazi Jewish community.
A ticket to this exhibition gives you access to all Jewish Cultural Quarter locations. It also gives you free admission to our events (unless otherwise stated). Museum Card holders do not need to purchase a ticket.