John-Luke Ingleson was born in 1971 in Manchester, Great Britain. He currently lives and works in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Ingleson’s practice spans various media, including painting, sculpture, ceramics, crystals and glass, light and digital art. Each of his works is designed to explore the underlying, unconscious and unseen structure of communication and the visualization of light and energy.
Using colour, light and surface structure, Ingleson’s work directly challenges and forces the viewer to explore and contemplate. He creates a personal desire in the observer to understand the visual experience as he applies his knowledge of Physics and Mathematics to give precisely calculated colour and dimension to the work.
Selected solo and group exhibitions:
2016 Petersburger Hängung II – Galerie m50, Oberursel (Taunus)
2016 Rhythm new works – Kiefer-Gesichtszentrum-Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main
2015 Heart of Gold – Lokschuppen Gallery@W-tec, Bad Homburg & Galerie Einbaum, Kronberg
2015 Sirens – Galerie Einbaum, Kronberg
2014 Connected – Lokschuppen Gallery@W-tec, Bad Homburg
2008 Rage – Visionale Frankfurt am Main
2007 HHD – Annual Exhibition Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
2006 Starlight – Luminale Light & Art Frankfurt am Main
2006 Energy – Annual Exhibition Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
2005 Epiphanie – Luminale Light & Art Frankfurt am Main
2005 Sinus – Annual Exhibition Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
2002 Priceless – Luminale Light & Art Frankfurt am Main
Art & Design, Hochschule für Gestaltung, Offenbach
Art, Staedelschule, Frankfurt am Main
Art and Physics, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main
Painting: Prof. Dr. Till Neu, Prof. Stephan Baumkötter; New Media: Prof. Dr. Birgit Richard
Ceramics, private training with craft masters, Great Britain and Germany
„Art-historic and physical aspects in the production and reception of the works of László Moholy-Nagy“ Dialogue lecture with Heike Komnick, M.A., Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, November 2009
„Between art and Physics, the work of Carsten Nicolai”, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, February 2005