Exploring the enmeshed and layered pedestrian spaces in North Castlegate. Using LiDAR technology and physical printmaking methods, this project investigates the relationship between image making and our understanding of spatial relationships. Using layered separation printmaking methods with three-dimensional digital point clouds helped to identify an alternative to photography, sketching and solid mesh digital modelling to depict urban spaces. This encourages alternative interpretations of the material, spatial and temporal relationships that are encountered in the city, and how these can be portrayed.
Using layering, transparency and separation techniques similar to those employed in analogue print making, can serve to highlight the relationship between the ancient, historic and contemporary character present in the medieval Castlegate quarter.