Friday, March 27, 2015
Ever since I first noticed the conflux of disparity reflected in the exterior of Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute, I cannot not notice it every time I walk down Fifth Avenue. Because of all the noticing, I've shot hundreds of photographs of the building(s). What makes it so engrossing is the fact that directly across the street is St. Paul's Cathedral, whose facade is echoed in the technology building's own mirrored panel facade. It is essentially that place where religion and science/technology collide, and in this instance, it is where religion bends and conforms upon inspection.