Joana de Sá (b. 2001) is a portuguese visual and sound artist.

She started to be aware on sound when she was around 17 years old. Her work evolved to combine an attention to acoustic phenomena with a particular focused sense of duration and framed timbral flow, combined with everyday environmental recordings.

She released her debut album “Shatter” through Sirr-ecords in 2022. Since then she has been performing live concerts, both solo and in collaboration with various artists such as Clothilde or Tiago Sousa, having, in 2023 released “Lightwaves”. 

Besides the sound projects, Joana’s work tends to explore the everyday experiences, combining drawing, photography and poetry with personal and public domain archival objects.

2023 - present
Master degree in Museology and Museography at Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa

2019 - 2023 
BA degree in Communication Design at Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade do Porto