Playgrounds | Colin Ward (1978)

 ph. Ann Golzen

"One should be able to play everywhere easily, loosely and not forced into a playground or a park. 
The failure of an urban environment can be measured in direct proportion to the number of ."

Colin Ward, The Child in the City,  1978

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Voice 1: What are childhood loves?

Voice 4: I don'’t understand you.

Voice 1: I knew it. And there was a time when I regretted it very much.

Voice 4: Would you like an orange?

Voice 1: The beautiful breakups of volcanic islands.

Voice 4: In the past.

Voice 1: I have nothing more to say to you.

Voice 2: Once again, after all the untimely answers and the aging of youth, night falls from on high.

Voice 2: Like lost children we live our unfinished adventures.

Guy Debord / Hurlements en faveur de Sade // Howls for Sade / 1952 // Translation / Ken Knabb / 2003


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