Ingrid Hu is a 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.
She joined the award-winning Heatherwick Studio in 2002 and has worked on a wide range of projects including the UK Pavilion for the 2010 World Expo, for which she received a D&AD award in Spatial Design.
Recent credits include: CHOTTO XENOS (Akram Khan Company, world tour), A SLIGHTLY ANNOYING ELEPHANT (Little Angel Theatre, London, UK), LIGHT/DARK (Uppsala, Sweden), CURIOUSER (UK/Norway tour), A KETTLE OF FISH (The Yard Theatre, London, UK), ZERAFFA GIRAFFA (Little Angel Theatre and Clapham Omnibus Theatre, London, UK), WE RAISE OUR HANDS IN THE SANCTUARY (The Albany, London, UK), MUSIC IMPOSSIBLE (LSO St Luke’s & St Paul’s Church, London, UK); HONG KONG IMPRESSIONS (Yuen Long Theatre, Hong Kong); 1908 BODY AND SOUL (Jacksons Lane Theatre, London, UK); YOU MAY! (The Place, Arnolfini, UK; Onassis Culture Centre, Greece); THE VAN MAN (UK national tour); THE GIRL WHO… (Spitalfields Market & The Rag Factory, London, UK); THEATRE OF THE VISCERA (La Nef Manufacture d’utopies, France); THE BELL RINGER (Dilston Grove, London, UK); MEDEA, THE FOREIGNER (Bridewell Theatre, London, UK); ON THE CUSP (Camden Roundhouse studio, UK).