Title: People’s Square
Keywords: liveliness, public, agent
Description: As compared to the classical St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Paternoster Square seems to be a strange neighbor, especially thanks to the playful usage of the space in the Paternoster Square. This collage captures the chairs that the public sits on, the chess playing board and the table tennis playing board in the Paternoster Square. All these objects are very distinct from the solemnity of the St. Paul’s Cathedral and thus are contrasted around the dome of the cathedral in the collage. But all these strange neighbors surrounding St. Paul’s Cathedral made the space active and lively, which is exactly what the collage aims to capture.