Inge Panneels is an artist and academic whose creative practice engages with space and place. She established her studio in Edinburgh in 1998 working on public art projects across the UK and has exhibited internationally.
Her practice is informed by data collection, mapping, and digital making techniques developed over twelve years teaching at the Artists Designer Maker course at the University of Sunderland. This experience of the creative sector, and PhD research (AHRC) at Northumbria University into the creative mapping practices of artists, with a specific interest of how artists are charting climate change, informs her role as Research Fellow.
She has published books, chapters and articles on creative mapping practices, making practices and environmental creative practices. Her current research is focussing on sustainability practices in the creative sector and the role of creativity and creative practices in engendering culture shift.