Íngrid Pons i Miras was born in Barcelona in 1975, where she studied flute and music education at the Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu. She has played in chamber music ensembles and symphony orchestras in Barcelona, Badalona, Madrid, Munich, Berlin, Duisburg and Düsseldorf. Along the way, she gained long experience as a music teacher in Catalonia and in Germany.

She has been living and working as a freelance artist in Düsseldorf since 2012. After an intensive collaboration with Michael Faust from the WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne, the desire to visualise sound and stage it in space developed. She then began studying at the Düsseldorf Academy of Arts in the stage design class with Johannes Schütz and in succession Lena Newton. She gained her first practical experience at the Schauspielhaus Hamburg with Karin Beier in the production of Tartare Noir. At the Schauspielhaus Bochum, she assisted in lighting design in Johans Simon's production of Hamlet. Her work uses sound and light as matter in free installations of space. Her work includes interdisciplinary collaborations with the Faculty of Mathematics at TU Dortmund University, the University of Duisburg-Essen, IMM-Robert Schumann Düsseldorf and the Theater der Welt festival. In 2021 she was assistant stage designer at the Thalia Theater Hamburg for the production The Idiot directed by Johan Simons.

At the Schauspielhaus Bochum she worked as assistant stage designer for Mysterien (directed by Johan Simons) and is designing the stage for Ton by Barbara Kölling.

Current roles:

  • Stage design in Ton