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STINE DEJA

BORN 1986 in TRÆDEN, DENMARK

LIVES AND WORKS IN LONDON, UK 

This document was updated on 15 January 2020 and is for reference only.

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EDUCATION

2015
MA Royal College of Art

2012
B.A. Kolding School of Design

2009
School of Fine Art & Design, Århus

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2020
Last Resort, Annka Kultys Gallery, London – UK

2019
HYPERSEA, Permanent installation commissioned by The Danish Art Foundation – DK
Hard Core, Soft Bodies, Schimmel Projects, Dresden – DE

2018
Synthetic Seduction (duo with Marie Munk) Annka Kultys Gallery, London – UK
Synthetic Seduction (duo with Marie Munk), KH7 Artspace, Aarhus – DK
4K ZEN, Unit 110, New York – US
Synthetic Seduction (duo with Marie Munk), SixtyEight Art Institute, Copenhagen – DK 

2017
There’s life outside, Annka Kultys Gallery, London – UK
Cyphoria, Annka Kultys Gallery, London – UK

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2020
Real Feelings: Technology and Emotion, HeK, Haus der Elektronische Künst, Basel – CH (forthcoming)
Hyper Functional, Ultra Healthy, Somerset House, London – UK
Mock Jungle Screening, Metoché, Bologna – IT

2019
Link in Bio, Mdbk, Leipzig – DE
Extemporary: Art Out Of Time, National Centre for Contemporary Art, Nizhny Novgorod – RUS
Biotechnosphere, Tranen, Gentofte – DK
Goingaway.tv, Wrong Biennale Pavilion – Online
EXPO Chicago, project with Annka Kultys Gallery, Chicago – US
Super Host, Like a Little Disaster, Polignano a Mare – IT
Beyond The Skin, Museum Villa Rot , Burgrieden – DE 
Copernicus, E.M.Bannister Gallery, Rhode Island – US
We Sing the Body Electric, Gallery 46, London – UK
HERE + NOW, Pablo’s Birthday, New York – US
PLOP Residency Show, PLOP Studios, London – UK
Life & Beyond, Lewisham Arthouse, London – UK
SUB Festival, Synthetic Seduction, Holstebro – DK
Future Human, Space Studios, London – UK
4K ZEN, Vitrine Gallery x Kino Digital, London – UK
A closed mouth gathers no feet, DASH Gallery, Kortrijk – BE
A glass is not a reference for an amount, In de ruimte, Ghent – BE 

2018
Flow My Tears, Hard Core, Soft Body, Daata Editions -Online
Digital Pleasures, Mira Festival, Barcelona – ES
Code Art Fair, project with Annka Kultys Gallery, Copenhagen – DK
Spread the virus, Dateagleart – Online
I’m sorry, I didn’t quite catch that, Arebyte Gallery, London – UK
Lend me a hand, Elmer Projects, London – UK
The Wrong Digital Art Biennale, Cidade das Artes, Rio de Janeiro – BR

2017
Time Horizons, Secret Project Robot, New York – US
Code Art Fair, project with Annka Kultys Gallery, Copenhagen – DK
And if I left off dreaming about you?, Like a little disaster, Polignano a Mare – IT
 4K ZEN, Club Raw at Roskilde Festival, Roskilde – DK
Bodies of water, National Gallery of Denmark x Roskilde Festival, Copenhagen – DK
You and I are like that red wall. It’s a good idea in theory, but somehow it doesn’t quite work, isthisitisthisit.com – Online

2016
Synthetic Resonances, Assembly Point, London – UK
FOEG cinema,Festival of Endless Graditute, Copenhagen – DK
Age Does Not Matter, Bargehouse, London – UK

2015
KE-15, Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen – DK
CPH:DOX, Concrete Lab, Copenhagen – DK
Green, 71A Gallery, London – UK
Cyber Cafe, Royal College of Art, London – UK
Physical Connections 2, Artbar, London – UK
Offprint, Tate, London – UK
 Hyperstore 2.0, Holdrons Archade Peckham, London – UK
D-RAW, Hockney Gallery, London – UK
Spot Film Festival, Aarhus – DK
Physical Connections, Artbar, London – UK
Hyperstore, WHAT’S NEXT Camden, London – UK
The Perfect Human, Royal College of Art, London – UK

2014
Kay Lise, SKIN/CELLS Fringe Film Festival, London – UK
What’s your story woman, Dansk Kvindesamfund, Copenhagen – DK

2013
Enter The Common, Senior Common Room, London – UK
The Elastic Holster, No Man’s Art Gallery, Shanghai – CN
The Elastic Holster, No Man’s Art Gallery, Copenhagen – DK

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2020
Seyerl, Barbara. “Let Cyberspace be your extended nervous system” Springerin (September 2020):3 [print]
“Exhibition: ‘Real Feelings: Technology and Emotion’ at HeK in Basel.” CLOT Magazine (15 August 2020): [online]
“A series of six projects looking at contemporary wellness in Hyper Functional, Ultra Healthy at Somerset House.” AQNB (8 January 2020): [online]

2019

2018
Béraud, Indira. “You Might Replace Your Next Lover with a Marie Monk and Stine Deja Artwork.” Widewalls (July 2018): [online]
Bucknell, Alice. “HOT! Stine Deja. Body Talk.” CURA.28 (7 June 2018): [print]
Deja, Stine & Munk, Marie. “Synthetic Seduction.” I do art (2 June 2018): [online]
“isthisit? explore digital death and the rise of artificial intelligence in group show I’m sorry, I didn’t quite catch that at arebyte.” AQNB (24 April 2018): [online]
“Lazy Guide to London.” Lazy Oaf (April 2018): [online]
Milner, Daphne. “Multimedia artist Stine Deja satirizes the commodification of mindfulness.” It’s Nice That (6 February 2018): [online]
“Synthetic Seduction.” HOLD (March 2018): [online]
“Synthetic Seduction.” Tank Magazine (March 2018): [online]
“The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week.” FAD Magazine (11 March 2018): [online]

2017
Rossi, Simone. “On Post-Human. Tomorrow Will Become Female.”, Cactus Magazine 5, (Winter 17 -18): [print]
“There’s Life Outside: a new exhibition by Stine Deja provides an exposé of our increasingly artificial world.” Tank Magazine (6 October 2017): [online]
Perrone, Laura. “And If I Left O Dreaming About You? Foothold / Polignano a Mare.” Flash Art (August 2017): [online]
Bernard, Charlotte. “Stine Deja.” Traction Magazine (1 May 2017): [online]
“Stine Deja.” Wall Street International (3 April 2017): [online]
“Stine Deja: Cyphoria.” Timeout London (March 2017): [online]
“Stine Deja: Cyphoria.” Anti-Utopias (24 March 2017): [online]
“Stine Deja: Cyphoria.” Because (24 March 2017): [online]

2016

AWARDS, GRANTS & RESIDENCIES

2019
PLOP Residency, London – UK
Statens Kunstfond, Working Grant – DK
SPACE Art & Tech Residency ‘Future Human’, London – UK
Nominated for Remmen Fondens Kunstpris – DK

2018
Synthetic Seduction Award, Statens Kunstfond – DK
Statens Kunstfond, Working Grant – DK

2017
Statens Kunstfond, Working Grant – DK

2015
Chris Garnham Prize – UK

Annka Kultys Gallery