Born in horsham, Greg creek completed post-graduate MA studies at the Victorian college of the Arts, Melbourne (1996) and is currently completing his Phd at RMIT university, Melbourne.
PhD student, RMIT University
His PhD is on relations between art and political cartooning. He co-founded and coordinated Temple Studio, an artist-run gallery, studio and publishing initiative(1991–2000).
Creek’s large drawing and painting works represent a political perspective on personal and public histories using narrative, allegory and satire. his works are usually installed as specific encounters, upon long tables or as unfolding sequences, using many different graphic styles from drawing, watercolours, doodle and lists, to spill, stain and abrasion.
He has exhibited in the Adelaide biennial of Australian Art (1998); The Allegorical Imperative: Greg Creek’s Slow Homecoming, Australian centre for contemporary Art, Melbourne (2003); Art & Land: Contemporary Australian Visions, various international venues (2002); The Enlightenments, Edinburgh International Festival at the National Galleries of Scotland (2009); Amendments, Sarah scout Gallery, Melbourne and Freehand: Recent Australian Drawing, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne (2010).