Toronto based Angelucci’s work has been exhibited and collected extensively thoughout Canada and abroad including Le Mois de la Photo in Montreal, Vu in Quebec City, the MacLaren Art Centre (On), the Art Gallery of Hamilton (On), and the Richmond Art Gallery,(BC), The National Portrait Gallery of Canada and the Museum of Civilization, Ottawa, flEXiff International Experimental Film Festival, Sydney, Australia .Her work is represented by V Tape (Toronto) and PH Neutro (Verona.) She has taught photography classes at a number of universities and is currently teaching at Ryerson University
Angelucci’s practice has encompassed photography and video, examining vernacular archival materials, including snapshots and home movies. She investigates the relationship between the still and moving image, translating lived experience and underlining the fragmented, ephemeral nature of the memory process.
In a Globe & Mail review of Angelucci’s exhibition, Provenance Unknown at the Art Gallery of York University, April, 2013, Sarah Milroy writes:
“—Since her beginnings as an artist, her work in photography and video has persistently explored the sense of longing engendered by that long-ago family displacement.
This abiding theme takes on a new form in her just opened exhibition at the Art Gallery of York University, an ensemble that includes a flock of feathered bird people—- a video projection and sound installation”
Exhibitions from 2002-2012: on the archived WTG site.