Tsuda focuses on creative work based on the characteristics of video. The realization of her works involves spatial choreography and collaborations with performers. Her works represent a unique special expansion and poetic richness, and take variety of forms such as installation, video and performance. In recent years, she also does performance as a unit “baby tooth” with Megumi Kamimura. Her installation work “You would come back there to see me again the following day.” has received the New Face Award at the 20th Japan Media Arts Festival in 2017. Exhibitions include the solo show “Observing Forest” (zarya contemporary art center, Vladivostok, 2017), “The Day After Yesterday” (TARO NASU, Tokyo, 2015), and the group exhibition “Aichi Triennale 2019”, “Roppongi Crossing 2019: Connexions” (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2019). She completed a Doctoral Program in Film and New Media Studies at the Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts, in 2013 and received a grant from the Asian Cultural Council(ACC) for a 6-month residency in New York in 2019.