Krysta Sá (b.1988 Toledo, Ohio) is interested in relationships that emerge during precarious states of remedy and spirtual crisis. Her research entangles contemporary therapeutic and medicinal practices with ancient and makeshift methods of curing to investigate the fluidity of how healing is produced and consumed. Sá’s work is rooted in performance and material experimentation, which generates images, objects, videos, treatments, websites and installations. Emotional entrepreneurship, medical mythologies, the limits of self and unstable processes are recurring themes in her practice.

Sá is currently based in Berkeley, California.