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Dogon Krigga is a Columbia, South Carolina based multi-disciplinary artist. Their interests in journalism and music production brought them into community with musicians for whom Dogon began creating commissioned works of digital collage. Dogon Krigga received early creative mentorship and influence from Tom Feelings and Walter Rutledge. 


Krigga evolved their practice from digital art to include hand-cut paper collage and assemblage with printed and cut vinyl on acrylic and metal, as well as installations. Krigga is a Graphic Designer with experience in commercial print, signage design, and signage project management that includes wide-format printing, metal fabrication, and acrylic fabrication. Krigga has created murals, exterior and interior signage displays for the main branch of Richland Library, SC State University, the 1801 Extension of SCSU, and Urban Wok restaurants. 


Dogon Krigga’s works have been shown in several solo and group exhibitions to include; Tapp’s Fine Art Center, The Sumter County Gallery of Art, Columbia Museum of Art and The Goodall Gallery. Krigga’s work can be found in numerous public and private collections, including the IP Stanback Museum. In 2023, they were Artist-In-Residence for Richland Library in Columbia, SC; producing and hosting community-based art programming and an exhibition Time & Time Again: Exploring the Antique Blacks--A Rootworker’s Tarot. Dogon’s artistic ventures also include the Collaborative Cohort Residency with The Highlander Center in New Market, TN (2020). Krigga is a recipient of grants from the SC Arts Commission. 

Publication features of their work include “The African American Dream” by De Volkskrant (Amsterdam, March 2018), Volume 25.1: Yemassee Journal (University of South Carolina, 2018), and “Dogon Krigga and Afrofuturism” by Jasper Magazine (2017). Krigga has been commissioned to design artwork for the covers of “Black Quantum Futurism” by Rasheedah Philips, and “BloodFresh” by Ebony Stewart. Dogon served as the lead designer for Ingrid LaFleur’s 2017 mayoral campaign for Detroit, MI. Krigga has designed album artwork for King Britt, Kyle Bent, Hieroglyphic Being, Monty Luke, and Vibes Records. Dogon currently serves as the Art Director for Atlanta-based music festival, Camp N Trip.

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