Damon Campagna is an MFA 2D graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. A painter and printmaker from Rhode Island, his practice is informed by his experience working in the museum field, specifically documenting 9/11 World Trade Center-related artifacts for the New York City Fire Department. This experience intensely shapes and affects Damon’s practice, which involves the analysis, logging, and curation of self through markmaking, and the ramifications of that pursuit. The possibility that we may form self-image and examine our existence through a self-curated collection of our creations is fascinating to him. Damon also attempts to bridge the gap between printmaking and immersive installation in much of his work. He held exhibitions at Providence’s AS220 in 2017 and Providence’s Chazan Gallery in 2019 and was included in Abigail Ogilvy Gallery’s 2019 Fresh Faces exhibition in Boston. Damon is preparing for a 4-week MASSMoCA residency in 2021.