Graphite, oil pastel and crayons on paper
16 x 12 inches / 40 x 30 cm
Childhood is usually thought of as the most innocent period of one's life. Playgrounds operate as public and private places where these early experiences are contained. This kind of
playground portraits exposed childhood and traces of physical and emotional existence. Through time, they transform influenced by surroundings. A play becomes an essential tool
for challenging limitations.