Angela Goh is a dancer and choreographer from Sydney. She has been developing her own work through performances, residencies and scholarships in Australia, Asia and Europe. Some of these have included danceWEB, Impulstanz International Dance Festival, Vienna, 2012; Artist in Residence at Rimbun Dahan, Malaysia, 2009 and 2011; and Critical Path Research Residency, Sydney, 2014.
Recent works include Predictable Dances, an ongoing performance project in collaboration with a psychic, the ongoing series Dedicated Dances, and the solo work Out There Deep. Angela is one half of Tiger Tiger, a collaborative practice with musician and writer Megan Clune. Their first work, The Exorcism of Megan Clune and Angela Goh, premiered in 2014 at the You Are Here Festival in Canberra. Their work Inspirational Practices premiered 2014 at the Oxford Art Factory as part of the program Free Fall, curated by ALASKA projects.
Angela regularly performs in the work of other artists, most recently including Jane McKernan, Rebecca Jensen, Tino Sehgal, Marina Abramovic, Joan Jonas, Marten Spangberg and Branch Nebula. Angela holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Dance from Queensland University of Technology (2007), and is currently an artist representative on the board of Critical Path.