One Hundred Years Later is a 20-minute animation using altered ukiyo-e prints as backdrops. A series of vignettes depict scenes of public and private life being overtaken by animistic forces and creatures (yokai); these creatures allegorize human disaster and environmental collapse, and its aftermath. Flows of oil paint on water evoke new forms of becoming.

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