Aki Sasamoto works in sculpture, performance, dance, and whatever more medium that takes to get her ideas across. In her installation/performance works, Aki moves and talks inside the careful arrangements of sculpturally altered objects, activating bizarre emotions behind daily life. Her works appear in gallery spaces, theater spaces, as well as in odd sites. Her work has been shown at The Kitchen, The Chocolate Factory Theater, SculptureCenter (September 2016), Whitney Biennial 2010, Greater New York 2010 at MOMA-PS1, New York; Mori Museum, Take Ninagawa, Yokohama Triennale 2008, Japan; Gwangju Biennial 2012, South Korea; and numerous other international and domestic venues. She has collaborated with visual artists, musicians, choreographers, mathematicians and scholars. Aki is currently an Assistant Professor in Sculpture at Rutgers University.