About this video
Angela Cavalieri is an award-winning artist who is well known for her text-based, large-scale artworks and exquisite artist's books.
Angela received a 2012 Creative Fellowship to continue her interest in the relationship between art and music. Her research focused on the Library’s extensive collection of opera and madrigal scores by 16th-century Italian composers. The result was a series of large-scale lino-cut prints entitled Canzone: music as storytelling.
This short film by Greg Wallis documents the creation of Angela's artwork Guerra e amore, which was displayed at the Library in 2014.