Anselm goes through his flat files for paper to print on. He keeps much of his archive in these files, over which are his turntables, speakers, and records. He custom built these shelves to suit the space.
Anselm gets the lightbox, normally stored above the closet in the bedroom/office. He uses Japanese tatami mats on the bed frame, and the mattress pad and bedding are rolled up and stored in the closet each morning.
A blue storage bin doubles as a washing station, set up on the sink where Anselm has custom fit a rubber hose to fill it. He is in the back, getting supplies stored in a nook above his daughter’s room.
Ida helps Anselm line up the transparencies that he will use to print. This design has several layers of ink and in order to line up, they must match as a whole piece, like a puzzle.
The aligned transparencies are ready to be printed on the lightbox. Surfie the cat looks on from the sofa.
These transparencies feature Japanese typography. Anselm has several language books due to his frequent visits to Japan with his partner and their daughter.
The “ruffled chips” silkscreen in progress. Anselm wipes off excess ink off of the printing screen.
The finished versions “ruffled chips” and the Japanese language typography silkscreens near Anselm’s music station. A stack of library books waiting to be returned stands to the left.
Anselm washes ink off of the Japanese language typography screen. The kitchen is very organized with everything stored or hung in place. Pans and a cutting board can be seen around the sink.
The south facing view on the roof of Anselm’s building.