Inge Panneels
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Dr. Inge Panneels

Lecturer

Biography

Inge Panneels' current research is looking at sustainability in the creative industries as both a vehicle for culture change and how creative businesses implement sustainability in their business practice, particularly the circularly economy. She developed the Quintuple Bottom Line (profile, people, planet, purpose and place) framework, informed by funded collaborations with Applied Arts Scotland (Closing the Loop), Kathmandu University and British Council Nepal (2021/2022) and the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) (2021).

Publications include journal articles (Arts), book chapters (Routledge) and books.

She is currently Lecturer in Digital Media in the School of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment (SCEBE). She was previously (2019-2023) Research Fellow at Edinburgh Napier University on the AHRC funded Creative Informatics project which supported data driven innovation in the creative industries. Prior to this she was Senior Lecturer on the Artist Designer Maker Course at the University of Sunderland (2006-2019). She completed an AHRC funded PhD at Northumbria University (Visual Culture) "Mapping the Anthropocene: an investigation of cultural ecosystem services through artists' engagements with environmental change in Scotland" (2014-2020).

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  • Sustainability journal
  • Arts journal

 

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Creative Informatics: how data driven innovation has transformed the creative workplace

Presentation / Conference
Paneels, I., & Patrick-Thomson, H. (2024, September)
Creative Informatics: how data driven innovation has transformed the creative workplace. Paper presented at Transdisciplinary Workplace Research Conference
The creative economy is a workforce with a high proportion of freelancers and SMEs. This paper reflects on new ways of working, accelerated by the digital pivot of the creativ...

Digital and data literacy

Book Chapter
Osborne, N., Helgason, I., Lechelt, S., Michielin, L., Panneels, I., Parkinson, C., …Warren, K. (2024)
Digital and data literacy. In Data Driven Innovation in the Creative Industries (71-100). London, UK: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003365891-4
In this chapter we explore models for training and upskilling people in the creative industries in data, technology and entrepreneurial skills, situating this in the wider ski...

Data-driven innovation for sustainable practice in the creative economy

Book Chapter
Panneels, I., Lechelt, S., Schmidt, A., & Coşkun, A. (2024)
Data-driven innovation for sustainable practice in the creative economy. In Data Driven Innovation in the Creative Industries (243-266). London, UK: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003365891-11
Can data-driven innovation support the shift towards a more sustainable future? In this chapter, we present case studies from eight European cities to demonstrate how the crea...

Ecosystems and partnerships

Book Chapter
Panneels, I., Jones, C., Parkinson, C., Komorowski, M., & Orme, A. (2024)
Ecosystems and partnerships. In Data-Driven Innovation in the Creative Industries (23-45). London, UK: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003365891-2
What are the ecosystems and partnerships required to enable data-driven innovation to be taken up in the creative industries? This chapter discusses how ecosystems enable diff...

Data Matters- Storytelling with technologies

Digital Artefact
Lechelt, S., Panneels, I., Kaye, R., & Disley, M. Data Matters- Storytelling with technologies. [Video]

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Lechelt, S., Panneels, I., Kaye, R., & Disley, M. Data Matters- Storytelling with technologies. [Video]
Watch Dr Susan Lechelt, Dr Inge Panneels, Rebecca Kaye (ploterre) and Martin Disley from Creative Informatics, Edinburgh, present their practice and research.

Data-Driven Innovation for Sustainable Creative Practice

Conference Proceeding
Lechelt, S., Panneels, I., & Helgason, I. (in press)
Data-Driven Innovation for Sustainable Creative Practice. In Proceedings of the 35th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference
Lechelt, S, Panneels, I & Helgason, I. 2022, Data-Driven Innovation for Sustainable Creative Practice. in Proceedings of the 35th International BCS Human Computer Interaction ...

Connecting, Collaborating, Creating: The Experiences of Creative Freelancers in Edinburgh in 2022

Report
Connell, L., Orme, A., Osborne, N., Panneels, I., Patrick-Thomson, H., Terras, M., & Wojtkiewicz, O. (2022)
Connecting, Collaborating, Creating: The Experiences of Creative Freelancers in Edinburgh in 2022. Creative Edinburgh
This report provides a snapshot of the state and needs of creative freelancers in the Edinburgh region in 2022. The last few years have been both interesting and challenging ...

Connecting, Collaborating, Creating: The Experiences of Creative Freelancers in Edinburgh in 2022

Report
Connell, L., Orme, A., Osbourne, N., Paneels, I., Patrick-Thomson, H., Terras, M., & Wojtkiewicz, O. (2022)
Connecting, Collaborating, Creating: The Experiences of Creative Freelancers in Edinburgh in 2022. Edinburgh: Creative Edinburgh
This report provides a snapshot of the state and needs of creative freelancers in the Edinburgh region in 2022. The last few years have been both interesting and challenging ...

Mapping the Anthropocene: The Harrisons’ and The Deep Wealth of this Nation, Scotland

Book Chapter
Panneels, I. (2021)
Mapping the Anthropocene: The Harrisons’ and The Deep Wealth of this Nation, Scotland. In C. Travis, & V. Valentino (Eds.), Narratives in the Anthropocene era (321-342). Lago, Italy: Il Silent Edizioni
Mapping the Anthropocene considers The Deep Wealth of this Nation, Scotland (2018) by eco-art pioneers Helen Mayer and Newton Harrison. Known as the Harrisons, they deploy map...

Plugging the Data Gap: Freelance Workers in the Creative Industries

Other
Panneels, I., Terras, M., Jones, C., Helgason, I., & Komorowski, M. (2021)
Plugging the Data Gap: Freelance Workers in the Creative Industries. https://www.pec.ac.uk/blog/plugging-the-data-gap-freelance-and-self-employed-workers-in-the-creative-industries
The lack of data on the self-employed and freelance workforce is a particularly severe problem for the creative industries, which are disproportionately made up of freelancers...