Roya Sachs is an independent curator and artistic director based in New York. She is currently curator of Lever House Art Collection and co-founder of Triadic, a creative house focused on cross-disciplinary arts. Roya has presented exhibitions, performances, and installations in collaboration with institutions and companies including Lever House, Performa, Google, Spring Place, Gertrude, Mana Contemporary, BOSI Contemporary Gallery, Gerson Zevi Gallery, and LAMB Arts. Her artistic collaborators include Peter Halley, the New York City Ballet, the Campana Brothers, Karole Armitage, Adam Pendleton, assume vivid astro focus, Adam McEwen, and Katherine Bernhardt, to name a few. Her curatorial approach often combines mediums, such as technology, opera, contemporary dance, live music, new media, lighting, and site-specific installation, with a strong emphasis and specialty in performance. She sits on the Board of Directors at Performa and is co-chair of the Performa Visionaries. Raised in London, she attended NYU. Roya and her projects have been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Vogue, Artnet, W Magazine, Artsy, Wallpaper, and Cultured Magazine, among others.