Ideas of disruption and resistance motivate Dagg’s practice, working with subjects that are considered ‘low’ or abject and elevating them to a new context. Drawing on personal experiences as a social worker in Broadmeadows, on graffiti and art history Dagg creates works that challenges and creates a dialogue around ‘accepted’ social and art constructs. Through partnership with Flack Studio, he has exhibited as a part of the Rigg Design Prize in 2019 and The Art of Dining in 2019 at the National Gallery of Victoria.