Krysta Sá (b.1988 Toledo, Ohio) examines the paradoxes between healing and exploitation. Conjuring performances, videos, websites, objects, installations, companies and treatments, Sá is interested in relationships that emerge during precarious and unruly states of chronic remedy. Her research entangles contemporary therapeutic and medicinal practices with ancient and makeshift methods of curing to investigate the fluidity of how care is produced and consumed. Emotional entrepreneurship, the limits of self and unstable material processes are recurring themes in her practice.

Sá is currently based in Berkeley, California.