This body of work (completed as part of my Honours project) looks into how often children's toy's literally prefigure set roles of adulthood and nurture the child's imagination to fit the conditioned roles embedded in society. This fact doesn't allow the child to invent their world, but instead encourages them to practise at being an adult. Therefore they never truly discover anything: from start to finish it is all ready-made, known and accepted. Toys and the role they play in society have driven me to further exploration of my childhood theme. I'd like to place the image of my powerfully energetic child into the confounds of a variety of tradition toys and games, emphasising the playoff between toys being produced to entertain the child or as a tool to integrate them into society.