Posted on 02 January 2017
David Cragg is a multidisciplinary artist and bodysurfer hailing from the coastal region of Illawarra in NSW, Australia. When Dave isn't sliding his local breaks he works as a muralist, designer, writer, builder, sculptor, photographer and youth/disability community worker. He has delivered art-making workshops across Australia, including the MCA, Wonderwalls Wollongong, The Tate Gallery, The Basel Royale Art Prize and the Cairns Art Festival.
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What does bodysurfing mean to you?
For me, Bodysurfing is one of the most pure freeing feelings I've experienced. It can be chaotic and scary but in between all this mayhem some of the most blissful moments can be found. A meditation with the sea and a communion with the natural world.
Words of advice?
Smile! Have fun and be careful in shallow water, the risk of getting slammed into sandbars is real!