Inge Panneels

Senior Lecturer

4FAM/4AAD

University of Sunderland

public art, map as art, architectural glass, kiln glass, professional practice, visual culture of glass, craft practice

Inge Panneels is an artist and academic who has worked in the field of public art work since 1998 with work commissioned by the Scottish Executive, Lloyds TSB, NHS, British Telecom and local authorities in the UK. Her work is in the collection of Dexia, Museum of Liverpool, Ebeltoft Glasgow Museum (Denmark) and Mercator Museum (Belgium) and the Flemish Government (Belgium). Her work is driven by a sense of place and current work is inspired and driven by mapping techniques. She organised the Reflections: glass: water: art: science programme as part of the Festival of Architecture, part of the Scottish Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design 2016 at the Haining in Selkirk in the Scottish Borders. She is currently planning a second Reflections project, this time in Roker, Sunderlamore...

BA(Hons) Art and Design; Architectural Glass Master in Design PhD (AHRC funded) in progress - due for completion in 2019

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  1. Panneels, Inge and Wiszniewski, Dorian (2016) Reflections: glass: water: art: science. Blurb. ISBN 978-0-D-9573892-6-7
  2. Inge, Panneels (2016) Reflections: glass: water: art:science. UNSPECIFIED, Selkirk. (Unpublished)
  3. Glowa, Shaun, Stewart, Hannah, Van der Byl, Alexander and Hamad, Amina (2016) Glass: Crafts in Architecture. [Video]
  4. Panneels, Inge and Van Royen, Harry (2013) Map-i: Mercator Revisited. Snoeck, Belgium. ISBN 978-94-6161-086-7
  5. Panneels, Inge (2015) Map-i: Blue Marble. n/a. (Unpublished)
  6. Panneels, Inge (2015) Map-i: Blue Marble. [Show/Exhibition]
  7. Panneels, Inge Programme of the Environmental Arts Festival Scotland (EAFS). [Show/Exhibition]
  8. Bruce, Keith (2015) The Society of Scottish Artists 118th Annual Exhibition. [Show/Exhibition]
  9. Panneels, Inge Trace: an exhibition exploring the language of mapping. [Show/Exhibition]
  10. Panneels, Inge Mercator 'Magic Earth'. [Show/Exhibition]