11 Children JJ (jungle jim)
Round steel bars producing a three-dimensional grid, bent nail-pinned joint. The hierarchy of the crow's-nest, a geometric confrontation of biological parts. The armpits of the legs encompassing a tubular section. Upside down the blood rushes to the head.
12 Children SP (sliding pond)
The illusions of smooth surfaces. Friction producing heat, clamped legs around buttocks -- the slide down.
13 Children SB (sand box)
Surrounded by 1" x 1" steel bars 6" on centre, 4' high. The sand was never deeper than 4" and the concrete base made it hard to sit in. Small things were always lost in the sand box and never found. It smelled of urine.
14 Children S (swings)
The swings' chains being double-helixed about themselves then suddenly released unravelling into a disorientation.