Anderson Inge FRSS
BArch; MSc Civ Eng; MSc Arch; BFA Sculpture; AIA
The sculpture of Anderson Inge has a handed quality, reflecting a rich haptic engagement with material, processes and our shared enjoyment of form. His work is informed by early years in rural north Texas, as well as by separate trainings in architecture and structural engineering. The works are often realized through casting in iron, white concrete, bronze and aluminium. They are architectural in nature by involving space around them.
Anderson initially studied architecture at the University of Texas at Austin and the Architectural Association (AA) in London. He completed post-graduate degrees in architecture and structures concurrently at M.I.T. His training in sculpture at Central Saint Martins as a mature student brought it all together.
Anderson has completed public commissions in the UK and US. He teaches sculpture, drawing, structures and design at the AA (since ’97), Auburn University’s ‘Rural Studio’ (Alabama, since 2001), the Royal College of Art, Central Saint Martins, and the Ruskin at University of Oxford.
To see a selection of Anderson’s drawings:
then click WORKSHED > DRAWING BOARD > ANDERSON INGE’S SKETCHBOOK
For information about collaborations in iron and ceramics with Bruce Gernand: