SachigusaYasuda, born in Tokyo, Japan, living and working in New York, since 1999, Yasuda has been developing a constructed landscape that opens up a critical view of the reality. Since 2013, she has been participating in the “Hama-dori, Naka-dori & Aizu Tri-Regional Culture Collaboration Project,” the exhibition held at Fukushima Museum and supported by The Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan. She has been developing a series of works in progress based on interviews with local people and site documentation in coastal areas that were devastated by the tsunami and the nuclear disaster on March 11, 2011. Yasuda has been exhibiting globally at the California Museum of Photography, 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), Kurumaya Museum (Japan),Base Gallery (Japan),Seoul Art Center (South Korea), IT Park (Taiwan) and many others. Among different distinctions, she was a recipient of the grants from 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, the Pola Art Foundation Oversea Program for Contemporary Artists, SAISON Art Program Education Grant.
Her work has been included in publications such as Art in America, Camera Austria, Kult Magazine Italy, Art in Asia, DAMN° Magazine, Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, The Huffington Post,The Japan Times,The Asahi Shimbun, Mainichi Newspapers and many others.