Here’s the view of my studio windows which are going to make the lengthy anthotype exposures possible. I spent most of the afternoon mashing and filtering the mulberries which, on the surface, seems like it should have been straight forward and quick.
It wasn’t. The tea strainer I have been using is too coarse. Fortunately Megumi Naitoh lent me one of Emmanuel College’s ceramic studio mesh filters that allowed me to get most of the fibrous matter out of the mulberry juice. It still took a while. For all of today’s time in the studio I have about 135 mL of mulberry juice to show for it.
Tommorow I’ll take some digital pictures of the anthotype mayhem.