The Karlsraue Park in Kassel is huge, measuring about 1.5 square kilometers, and it’s heavily wooded, so the fact that the map booklet for Documenta 14 doesn’t provide details about the locations of the four works installed there is a touch odd. But as we’ve come to learn by now, Documenta 14 likes to march to the beat of its own drum sometimes, and you just have to roll with it.
Thankfully, I spotted a Documenta employee holding a map of the park today, and he was kind enough to let me snap a photo. You can click the picture above to enlarge it, but here’s a quick rundown: the stick figures are standing near Antonio Vega Macotela’s sculpture of a minting machine (technically that’s part of the Orangerie display). From there, along the path leading southwest from the Orangerie are works by Olaf Holzapfel, then Ciudad Abierta (a little off the way, and still under construction), then Benjamin Patterson (a wild sound piece that is impossible to miss), and then, finally, David Harding’s sculpture, which is actually part of the Kunsthochschule Kassel section of the show. Back by the Orangerie, off to the southwest side, is Lois Weinberger’s piece.
There you have it. Enjoy!