Krista Dragomer is an Ohio-born, multi-media artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Her drawings, sound art, mixed-media installations and collaborations traverse the forest, the empty lot, the altar, the fix-a-flat tire facility, folktales, the dinner table, the kitchen sink, Mt. Olympus, the landfill, Eden and the petri dish. Dragomer's work often intersects with bio-artists, anthropolgists, biological scientists, environmental and animal studies researchers, and ethno/enviro musicologists. She has collaborated extensively with filmmaker Rashin Fahandej in a series of works titled collectively “160 Years of Pressure”, which have been exhibited in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, New York, Vancouver, Paris, and Chonqing, China, and with Beatrice Marovich (Philosophy and Religion, University of North Dakota) with whom she has co-created and published numerous graphic essays and works of experimental theory-fiction. In 2011 she joined Eben Kirksey (Environmental Humanities, University of New South Wales) and his band of bio-artists and creative provocateurs exhibiting and curating with the Multispecies Salon. In 2013 Dragomer participated in the Ecomusicology Listening Project, organized by Mark Pedelty (Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota), that took place as part of the American Musicological Society conference in Pittsburg and the Society for Ethnomusicology in Bloomington. She holds an MFA in Art History, Visual Art and Theory from the University of British Columbia.