By means of the parks and schoolyards of Taiwan, a dwindling herd of classic elephant slides trudge alongside ball courts and buildings. In style within the mid-Twentieth century, the slides now not adhere to native security rules, and as parks are redeveloped, they’ve been regularly disappearing. In an ongoing sequence, Pi Cheng Hsiu (previously) captures the herd’s various expressions and ornamentation, some retaining their authentic grey look, and others the recipients of vibrant makeovers.
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