Security is made up of a child’s brightly coloured harness, modified by individual rolls of cotton gauze attached and labelled with the word ‘Security’. Each roll is connected to its neighbours by wires in primary colours and black and white. The backpack as a ubiquitous presence also elicits suspicion, baggage left unattended, a suicide bomber entering a crowd. Children carry backpacks as an element of their dress, to be accepted. The baby harness, now considered an unnecessary restraint to toddlers, may be essential to negotiate a busy airport security. Ideas of lost children, children being lost in a public place or into a world recruiting child soldiers. Susceptible to hate manipulation, minors carry guns and explosive devices. Security is freedom from fear, bandages for healing wounds after generations of conflict.