ELMER | 13 March 2018

Annka Kultys Gallery

Tonight, a new group featuring the works of Stine Deja entitled Lend Me a Hand will open at Elmer in London. Curated by Ben Lunt, the show centres around a loss of artist’s agency in a post-internet contemporary art context. Reality loses meaning as installation shots replace the actual artwork in a process of converting art into “hyper matter.” For more information, click here.

ISTHISIT? | 5 July 2017

Annka Kultys Gallery

Stine Deja’s work ‘Self-Service’ was featured in the programme “you and I are like that red wall, it’s a good idea in theory but somehow it doesn’t quite work” curated by Jade Annaw and Emily Simpson at CBS Gallery in Liverpool. The screening, accompanied by two physical works, occurred simultaneously with an online exhibition by the same title on isthisit. Visit the online exhibition here.

LIKE A LITTLE DISASTER | 18 June 2017

ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

Stine Deja has been included in And If I Left Off Dreaming About You, a group show curated by the Like a Little Disaster collective at the Foothold project space in Polignano a Mare, Italy. Also included are works by Gioia de Girolamo, Motoko Ishibashi, Lito Kattou, Botond Keresztesi and Maurizio Vicerè-Vice. The exhibition will remain on view until 18 August. For more information, click here.

SHEFFIELD CONTEMPORARY | 15 April 2017

ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

Work by Stine Deja has been included in the group show, Behind the Scenes, the inaugural exhibition by Sheffield Contemporary. Looking to explore contemporary cinematic modes, the show questions how technology has played a role in the way that artists create and understand photographs and moving pictures. On view until 29 April, Behind the Scenes also includes work by Masha Batsea, Sam Stringer, Sebastian Noseda and William Fairbrother. For more information about the exhibition, click here.