BANGKOK — A muralist who created a room-sized, slightly schizophrenic installation will bring her gonzo universe to animated life at a special Saturday night event.

After launching her colorful, year-long “Atmosfear” mural at 100 Tonson Gallery last June, Yuree Kensaku is set to release an animated version featuring characters that will spring from the canvas and come to life in vivid animation.

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Three animated short films will be accompanied by live sound and music performed by the artist, Modern Dog guitarist May-T Noijinda and avant-garde musician Pry Pathompon.

“Atmosfear” blended paranoia and fantasy to capture the artist’s personal struggles set on a backdrop of global disaster. Vivid colors illustrated characters drawn from Japanese manga, pop culture, mythology and fairy tales. Two of her previous works will also be shown at the event.

The event will start at 8pm on Saturday at 100 Tonson Gallery on Soi Tonson, Ploenchit Road, about a 10-minute walk from BTS Chit Lom via exit No. 4.

Photos: 100 Tonson Gallery / Courtesy

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