Based in Sapporo, Japan, Fuyuka Shindo has been producing work based on her fieldwork as a way of confronting specific events in local as well as national history of Japan. In recent years, she has become interested in how history has been preserved, for example, in monuments, remains and ruins, as well as in archives and oral traditions. In her practice, she explores the ways in which audiences experience and witness artworks and events. In 2016, she was awarded an Asian Cultural Council grant to stay in New York and has participated in various art projects in Japan and internationally. Her work is currently shown as part of Roppongi Crossing 2022 (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo).