Printed on newsprint to accompany a carpet made up of a colorful grid of circles—modeled on those used in many charter schools, and which Camnitzer installed for an exhibition at Artist’s Space—this booklet begins with a screen capture of the online catalogue that sells the proprietary Lots of Dots design. Disparate sources, from colorful Anni Albers grids to Success Academy uniform codes, are collated in an annotated examination of the carpet’s capacity for experimental disciplinary deployment in low-income communities, echoing modernist legacies in both primary education and the carpet’s colorful design. (JL)

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