BA(Hons) Art and Design: Architectural Glass
Master in Design
Kiln and Architectural Glass
Visual Culture of Glass
Mapping and Site Specific Working Practices
Inge Panneels is a Belgian artist and academic. Since 2006, Inge has been a 0.4 Senior Lecturer at the National Glass Centre, University of Sunderland, where she is an active and published researcher.
She set up idagos glass studio in 1998 but since 2015 works under her own name. The studio has produced many public art works, including commissioned works for the NHS, British Telecom, Lloyds TSB, Scottish Government and local authorities. Working on site-specific projects is the modus operandi for her work.
The Map-i project was developed as a research framework, within which a series of projects are developed as part of a long-term holistic investigation into notions of place and space. It engages with mapping in art and the map as metaphor, specifically by looking at the notion of space from a human perspective; from the infinitesimally small to the sublime of Space. Mercator Revisited (2013), Buchan Way (2014), Blue Marble (2015) and more recently Claude Glass (2016) and the ongoing Magic Earth project, are all Map-i projects.
Her sculptural work can be found in the collection of the Flemish Government, Dexia, Ebeltoft Glas Museet, Museum of Liverpool and the Mercator Museum in Belgium. Notable exhibitions include Young Glass 2007 and British Glass Biennale 2015.
Inge was External Assessor for Swansea Metropolitan University (2013-15) and Glyndwr University (2010-2014). She stepped down when she commenced an AHRC funded PhD at the Visual Culture department of Northumbria University in 2014, due for completion in 2019.
Inge was Chair of Applied Art Scotland (2012-14), Craft advocate for CABN (2011-2014), Specialist Advisor to Craft Review of Creative Scotland (2012), Craft Advisor to Scottish Arts Council (2006-2010).
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