Angelo is a research based artist with an engaged practice informed by Critical Theory and embodied knowledge(s). For years trained as a classical singer, Angelo explores the performative use of the voice and perverts embodied singing techniques to develop encounters with the vulnerable. These performative encounters facilitate open cracks – wild(er) spaces – that utterly welcome other embodiments and freer ecologies of living. He urges to nourish empathic understandings of identities, with a focus on the contemporary failure of support structures towards queer bodies and bodies with disability.
Angelo holds a MFA from Master of Voice (MoV), Sandberg Institute and a Ba in Classical Singing from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam (CvA). He has presented work in The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, China, Switzerland, Greece and Portugal.