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The DC Style Fylez is a weekly video fashion blog posted on YouTube, hosted by‘DC’, a low-fi fashionista and approachable agony aunt who solves viewer fashion dilemmas. DC has also set up styling booths in art galleries, and has a weekly window display at the DC Style Fylez HQ in Brunswick, where the latest episode plays to neighbours and passers-by.

Click HERE to visit The DC Style Fylez youtube page. 


DC Styling at the opening of 'Shoot From the Hip' at Kickarts Contemporary Arts, Cairns, 2017

Rocking a Neck Brace, 2018, 04:04

2 Years of DC Style Fylez!!, 2017, 2:48

Umbrella Coat, 2016, 02:48


‘The Showpen Homer’ is an illustrated novella about a pigeon escaping from captivity and going on an adventure in the city. The book is 170 pages including 82 drawings, written and drawn in situ in front of wild pigeons in Brisbane. The book was launched on Sunday 19th March on the grassy area outside the State Library in Melbourne.

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Front Cover of 'The Showpen Homer'

Excerpt from 'The Showpen Homer'

1 of 82 drawings in 'The Showpen Homer'

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The author at the launch of 'The Showpen Homer' outside the State Library of Victoria,  Sunday 19th March, 2017


David/David is a collaborative practice I share with fellow artist, David Spooner. We both have the same name of 'David'. Since 2009, we have collaborated on projects that often involve physical and mental endurance challenges. We capture our shared experiences through drawings, paintings, writing and video and present them alongside each other as art objects. Below is a selection of our projects.


David Spooner and I wrote a novel in one month (November, 2014) called '31st of November'. We were participating in 'Novel In November', an international event that challenges authors to write a novel of 50,000 words within a month. Our novel was 100 thousand words because we are two people and did 50 000 words each. Over the following 2 years, we edited and illustrated it with 60 colour drawings in felt pen. We launched '31st of November' in October 2016 at Offsite: Dhanamenta 2, The Walls, Miami, Gold Coast.

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David/David, Front and Back cover of '31st of November'

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David Creed, illustration of 22nd November 2014


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David Spooner, illustration of 22nd November 2014


David Spooner and I have attempted multiple long distance walks which we have documented by making videos along the way. Some of the walks have included traversing the abandoned railway line between Lismore and Byron Bay, NSW by foot; multiple missions attempting to walk from Brisbane to the Gold Coast, QLD; and from Hiroshima to Fukuoka, Japan via Yamaguchi over a 10 day period.  

(Excerpt from) Walk from Lismore to Bangalow and from Byron Bay to Lismore via the Murwillumbah Railway Track, 2014 (full length 27:30)



(Excerpt from) Walk from Dutton Park, Brisbane to Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, 2013 (full length 29:30)


David Spooner and I did a number of collaborative 'plein air' paintings of local Lismore horses in 2014. Exhibited at Serpentine Gallery, Lismore and Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane in 2014.

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Over the course of a 2013, David Spooner and I painted 52 portraits of each other on the same canvas (1 per week). We divided the canvases down the middle with a painted line and painted each other simultaneously. They were exhibited at The Walls, Miami; The Hold Artspace, Brisbane; and Serpentine Gallery, Lismore.

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David/David, Installation of portraits at The Walls, Gold Coast, 2013


Together with Angela Rossitto I run The Wandering Room artist run initiative which we began with Sarah Werkmeister in 2008. Rather than occupying a single fixed site, The Wandering Room exists as a concept that has roamed nomadically, occupying temporary spaces in a variety of gallery and offsite locations. 


The group has worked as artist collaborators, project devisors and program curators.  Activities have included residencies in Brisbane and overseas, exhibitions in regional Queensland and interstate in both gallery and ‘beyond the gallery’ contexts.  

See below for a selection of projects.

Click HERE for The Wandering Room web page

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David Creed and Angela Rossitto, Be My Friend, 2013, Still image from video of performance in Auckland New Zealand during a residency at Development AIR. 

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David Creed and Angela Rossitto, Aspire, 2013, installation at Caravan. Caravan was a collaboration between The Wandering Room and A-CH Architects at Brisbane Festival in 2013. The Caravan Project was a purpose built, temporary gallery space that featured a rotating exhibition of artists every week over a month.

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David Creed, Angela Rossitto and Sarah Werkmeister, 'The Wandering Room is a Magical Place', 2013, acrylic, mirror, marble, goggles. For Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, 2013, The Wandering Room devised 'The Wandering Room is a Magical Place', which skews perceptions, making the audience engage with objects that must be placed on one's head as they walk around the art fair.

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The Wandering Room, Closer, 2011. The Wandering Room had a program of exhibitions in an actual dollhouse which we converted into a miniature gallery. Closer was a large group show of small scale works in various media from predominantly Brisbane-based emerging artists. 

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