Angela Garrick (1986- ) is an Australian artist and musician.
Her practice examines notions of spatial awareness, performance, collaboration, geographic phenomena and the nature of memory. She has worked on art projects with MCA Art Bar, Laneway Festival, Bondi Pavilion, Parsons School of Design, The Rocks Foreshore Authority among others. In 2015 she was a City of Sydney Artist in Residence through Gaffa Gallery and developed a curatorial project called Island Salon in collaboration with Sophie Kitson and Danielle Zorbas and exhibited as part of Underbelly Arts at Cockatoo Island.
Her interest lies in creating interactive installations where the content is driven by the viewers. This has been explored in the projects Pay No Attention (Bondi Pavilion 2013), Weather Vent (Safari / Cross Arts 2015 – ), Oops I Did It (Alaska / Magic Johnson Cultural Complex 2016) and An attempt at re-exhausting a place in.. (Verge, 2017).
She has recently completed a Masters in Fine Arts (Screen Arts) with the Dissertation “Houses of the Mind: Architectural Imaginary, Personal Reverie, Moving Image’ (2017).
Performing in many musical incarnations – including Circle Pit, Southern Comfort and Ruined Fortune, under the pseudonym Angie she has released 3 solo LPs with Free Agent listed as FBI Radio’s album of the week upon its release in September 2015. She has performed solo in North America, Japan, Brazil, France, Greece and Australia. Her most recent record is based around compositions formed on the piano, called “Shyness.” In 2016 she embarked on a recording project in Athens, Greece with local producer John Vulgaris which is still in development.