Angela Goh is a dancer and choreographer working in Australia and internationally. She is working with dance in theatres, galleries, and telepathetic spaces.
Her work Desert Body Creep has been presented at Next Wave Festival (Melbourne), PACT's Afterglow program (Sydney), Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, and upcoming at the Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts (Arts Centre Melbourne). Her work Predictable Dances has been presented by Movement Research at the Judson Church (NYC), Indigo Dance Festival (PAF - Performing Art Forum, France), Firstdraft Gallery (Sydney), and for Galerie International at La Biennale de la Danse Lyon (FR), Jan Mot Gallery (Brussels, BE), with upcoming presentations at Dansehallerne (Copenhagen), and Ménagerie de Verre (Paris). She was the dancer and choreographer for Barbara Cleveland's work Bodies in Time, a major commission/aquisition for the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Her work has also been presented by safARI, The Oxford Art Factory, Lucy Guerin Inc, and ArtBank, amoung others.
Angela received the danceWEB Europe scholarship, Next Wave Kickstart commission, and residencies including Critical Path, ReadyMade Works, Bundanon Trust and the Rimbun Dahan Dance residency (MY), amoung others.
As a performer she has worked with and for Mette Edvardsen (NOR/BE), Germaine Kruip (NL/BE), Biennale of Sydney, Marten Spangberg (SWE), Atlanta Eke (AU), Chunky Move, Jane McKernan (AU), Marina Abramovic (USA/SRB), Joan Jonas (USA), Tino Sehgal (UK/DE), and Branch Nebula (AU), amoung others. Angela’s writing on dance has been published in Un Magazine and Critical Dialogues, and she was a speaker on the performance symposium panel for the Sydney Biennale.