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Angela Viora

Angela Viora

Angela Viora is an artist and a teacher, lecturing in European Languages (Italian Studies) at Monash University. She is an executive member at the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre and sits on the Brimbank Arts Advisory Committee for Public Art & Community Engagement. She has presented her work internationally, including at the Biennale of Australian Art, the 12th Istanbul Biennial (TK), the MAXXI Museum in Rome, and CO.AS.IT Museo Italiano in Melbourne. Angela has published internationally on performance and public art, artivism, audience reception, and education.

'Radical ★★★★★ and The Teacher Who Promised the Sea ★★★★★: Two unmissable and films on hardship, hope, and childhood' by Angela Viora

ABR Arts 17 June 2024
How to start writing about two films based on polarities – life and death, past and future, childhood and adulthood, loss and hope – that grip your stomach, squeeze your heart, and make you both weep and laugh? I’ll start from a quote by Albert Einstein: ‘The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education.’ This quote appears at the end of Radical (2023), a film by American ... (read more)

'L’Ombra di Caravaggio: Caravaggio as an artist of the people' by Angela Viora

ABR Arts 02 October 2023
Visceral, extreme, beautiful, disturbing, genial, blasphemous, sacred, moving: these are just some of the words commonly used to describe Caravaggio’s art. Viewers will find the same qualities in L’Ombra di Caravaggio (Caravaggio’s Shadow, 2022), the latest film by Italian actor and director Michele Placido, screening nationally as part of the Italian Film Festival. L’Ombra di Caravaggio ... (read more)