David Hopkinson set up this area for Archaeo-Cube photographs produced in the various workshops. Included in this archive are photographs from a Facebook 'harvest' that were anything to do with making the Cube accessible when the building is shut for renovations in 2016. Thomas Kador's 78 photogrammetry images are also included. These document the graffiti wall outside the Cube office, which registers the height and ages of various community members. There are also photographs taken by Zuleika Gregory and James Dixon, which document the buildings archaeology, including what Jim thinks is a section of 19th-century wall in behind the sound and lighting desk in the auditorium, which would appear to correlate with the buildings on the site prior to the early 20th century Deaf Institute building.