Angela Goh is an Australian dancer and choreographer presenting her experimental work in a range of different contexts. Her work has been supported and presented by Next Wave, Critical Path, Movement Research (New York), Rimbun Dahan (Malaysia), Alaska Projects and the Oxford Art Factory, UNSW Creative Practice Lab, Brand X, ReadyMade Works, Ian Potter Cultural Trust, Bundanon Trust, and Ausdance NSW. Angela has been the recipient of the danceWEB Europe scholarship, Next Wave Kickstart, and Australia Council ArtStart initiative.
She regularly performs in the work of other artists, recently including Atlanta Eke, Jane McKernan, Marina Abramovic, Joan Jonas, Tino Sehgal, Marten Spangberg, and Branch Nebula. Angela’s writing on dance has been published in Un Magazine and Critical Dialogues. She is currently an artist representative on the board of Critical Path, the program manager for DirtyFeet’s Choreographic Lab, and holds a Bachelor Fine Arts Dance from the Queensland University Technology (2007). Currently Angela is creating the new works Desert (for presentation in Next Wave Festival 2016), and Terra (in collaboration with Megan Clune for safARI 2016).