Ingrid Hu is an award-winning scenographer, designer and artist working in theatre and multidisciplinary design in the UK and internationally. With a focus on materiality, contextual and conceptual thinking, she creates spaces and environments that are alive and empowered to co-author, investigate, and respond to varied perspectives.
Recent credits include: NO PARTICULAR ORDER (Theatre 503); THE GLOBAL PLAYGROUND (Manchester Festival & Theatre Rites); MISSION (The Big House); CHOTTO XENOS (Akram Khan, world tour); ATHENA and A KETTLE OF FISH (The Yard Theatre, London); A SLIGHTLY ANNOYING ELEPHANT (Little Angel Theatre, London); LIGHT/DARK (Uppsala, Sweden); CURIOUSER (UK/Norway tour); ZERAFFA GIRAFFA (Little Angel Theatre and Clapham Omnibus Theatre, London); WE RAISE OUR HANDS IN THE SANCTUARY (The Albany, London); HONG KONG IMPRESSIONS (Yuen Long Theatre, Hong Kong); 1908 BODY AND SOUL (Jacksons Lane Theatre, London); and YOU MAY! (The Place, Arnolfini, UK; Onassis Culture Centre, Greece).
Awards include: 2014 Aesthetica Art Prize finalist (3D design & sculpture); 2011 D&AD Yellow Pencil award (UK Pavilion, Heatherwick Studio); 1998 Neptune Theatre Blackmore Award, Canada; and 1996 Caran d’Arche Sunday Artist of the Year, Hong Kong.