Catalog for Rivane Neuenschwander’s exhibition O Nome Do Medo (“The Name of Fear”). The artist conducted workshops with children on the theme of fear, where they were asked to create capes that represented and protected them from their own fears. The catalog shows the creative process, combining a rich visual material with critical texts.
It consists of two volumes protected by a single cover, emulating the effect of the capes worn by the children. The list of fears was written in the large and geometric Stolzl Display (named after Bauhaus’s only female master), becoming a graphic element for the project’s visual identity.