Kelly Campanella has spent over a decade living and creating art in San Francisco, Oakland & Los Angeles. She received a BFA in Drawing & Painting and an MFA in Studio Art. Using her environment as inspiration, Campanella constructs and maps out fictional spaces based on her own memories. Documenting the last 15 places she has lived, Campanella stays committed to the disenfranchised communities she is a part of, and seeks to open up a dialogue about family dynamics, queerness, attachment, identity & gender issues. Using architecture, domestic items, and images & objects of past homes, Campanella communicates an intersection of emotions: entrapment, belonging, change, and comfort.