Sachigusa Yasuda, born in Tokyo, Japan, living and working in New York. She develops projects in New York and Japan with the aim of exploring the social, public value, potential of art and opening up a critical view of reality. She has been implementing the project "Upcycle Uplift" since 2021 to combine recycling issues with personal experience, including the homeless, and is seeking a solution for surplus clothing. From 2013 to 2018, She conducted a collaborative project "Memories of Lives" between the Fukushima Museum, Minamisoma City Hall, and local residents. This work is about the relationship between the land and memory of people who were forcibly relocated due to the radioactive contamination of the earthquake and tsunami. She has been exhibiting globally at the California Museum of Photography, Kingsborough Art Museum, The Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery, Art Chicago, International Studio & Curatorial Program, Exit Art, 21_21 Design Sight (Japan), Sezon Museum of Modern Art (Japan), The National Art Center (Japan), Fukushima Museum (Japan) and etc. Yasuda was a recipient of the grants from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Mellon/ACLS (partial support for Upcycle Uplift ), The Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan, Nomura Foundation, The Asahi Shimbun Foundation, IRCA International Research Center for The Arts, the Japanese Government Oversea Program for Contemporary Artists. Her work has been included in publications such as                              ,              , Art in America, Camera Austria, Kult Magazine Italy, Art in Asia,                                  , Los Angeles Times,                               ,                                         , The Japan Times,The Asahi Shimbun, Mainichi Newspapers and many others.