Published by documenta and Museum Fridercianum gGmbH, Kassel.

Editors: Sepake Angiama and Clare Butcher.
Associate Editors: Simranpreet Anand and Weiyi Chang.
Proofreaders: Alicia Reuter, Burkhard Miltenberger, and Lenia Mazaraki.
Translators: Volker Ellerbeck and Nerina Kioseoglou.
Design: Carmen José.

Language: English / German
Pages: 60 pages
Binding: Softcover
ISBN: 9783943620801
The documenta 14 Laufmappe has been written by the aneducation team of documenta 14 to support pre- and post-visits to the exhibition Learning from Athens (April 8–September 17, 2017). The Laufmappe contains a circulation of ideas, continued threads as well as concepts, which you can expand upon in your own curriculum as well as share with other colleagues.

In the following pages, images and texts about the artists are provided along with a number of questions, activities, and discussion points that help contextualize the many different contemporary practices encountered during your visit to documenta 14.
The Laufmappe is organized alphabetically by the artists’ last names. Each artist page includes an image of a work presented in documenta 14 as well as further information about this work organized in four sections.

Texts by Simranpreet Anand, Clare Butcher, Weiyi Chang, Alkisti Efthymiou, Juliano Gallo, Astrid Lüth, Elli Paxinou, Laurie White.

Weiyi Chang (she/her) is an independent writer and curator. Currently the 2023-24 Writer-in-Residence at Gallery 44, Toronto, Weiyi’s work and research gravitates around the nexus between climate change and capitalism, and the legal, political, and social forces that sanction environmental violence.

Weiyi was a 2019–20 Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Independent Study Program. She holds a MA in Art History (Critical & Curatorial Studies) from the University of British Columbia and a BA (Honours) Major in Art History and Major in Philosophy from Western University.

Weiyi’s work has been made possible thanks to support from the Canada Council for the Arts, British Columbia Arts Council, Killy Foundation, and the Audain Foundation.

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