Surely the architecture of our time incorporates a space and place for surveillance. Idealistic Architects dream of building spaces that consider all the needs and empathic possibilities of human occupation. Air vents, heating systems and plumbing are necessarily integrated into the design, and of course the humanization of the space is paramount. However, there is a new-ish presence that needs space: the cameras that surveil. These images are not celebrations of the mundane. They are considering the effect of architecture on surveillance and vice versa. These can be seen as empathetic perspectives, giving credence to the constant gaze of the static surveillance camera.