Sachiyo Takahashi is an artist, composer, and performer.
Coming from a broad background in music — from Classical to traditional Japanese music to Electroacoustic — Sachiyo's work centers around storytelling accompanied by finely-crafted audio that is integrated with other sensory elements. She explores the border between narrative and abstraction in a minimalist manner to generate fables for the subconscious.
Sachiyo founded Nekaa Lab in 2006 together with other “lab members" (stuffed toys and tiny figurines). She has been producing performances, installations and
writings, while observing human nature from alternative perspectives. Sachiyo's Microscopic Live Cinema-Theatre — unique performances projected from a miniature stage — has been appraised as a quirky yet imaginative merging between theatrical and cinematic experiences.
She is a recipient of The Jim Henson Foundation grant 2017, and currently developing her new piece Everything Starts from a Dot, which will premiere in fall 2018.
Sachiyo currently lives in Brooklyn yet sometimes can be seen strolling the back alleys of Japan, where she is originated.