All art is interpretive, so I never argue with what other people describe when they look at art.
I find different meaning each time I walk past this art piece in front of the Temple Emanu-El @ 1010 University Avenue in the College Park neighborhood. Currently I think it looks like six figures holding hands while dancing, but like I said, it's interpretive. As far as I can tell this art piece doesn't have a name, so I call it "God is With Us" which is the Hebrew translation of Emanu-El or עִמָּנוּאֵל. The art piece is in memory of WWII veteran Lewis D. Kay who is buried at Golden Gate Cemetery in San Bruno.
I will say that this is the only art piece I've found with it's own exercise class celebrated around it! Twice a week in the mornings you may be fortunate to discover the stroller fitness class going on. Walking the neighborhood you don't see all that many stay at home parents taking their young ones out for walks, so it's a real treat when you see an entire group getting together to exercise!
Turns out that many of the folks in the exercise class are dropping their kids off at the Preschool, which is popular with families who see the TEP as a spring board to the other great private schools in the neighborhood. Just don't be the parent packing bologna in your kid's sandwich, unless you want a note coming home!