“We are both very grateful and proud that we have succeeded in acquiring these striking works…” Carlsberg Foundation’s acquisition of five new artworks by internationally renowned artists for their collection, all of which centre around the them of DNA. One of the works is Stine Deja’s sculptural and digital work entitled Crisp(r) Creatures, 2021.
Kunsten.nu writes about the e-book The Art of Change (Kunsten at forandre) which includes 15 visual artists whose practices address on current crises and solutions. Included is Stine Deja’s Hard Core, Soft Bodies.
the TRANSMEDIALE art festival at At the Academy of Arts in Berlin is featured in Designer Digest magazine. The festival, which includes Stine Deja’s Dawn Chorus Beta, addresses digital capitalism and surveillance.
“I feel like it was the first time during the pandemic that thinkers or writers from all over the world were talking about the same issue at the same time,” Sukanya Deb profiles artist Ziyang Wu and his artwork Where Did Macy Go for Stir World.
“I feel like it was the first time during the pandemic that thinkers or writers from all over the world were talking about the same issue at the same time,” Ziyang Wu is profiled by Sukanya Deb for STIRWorld about his work Where Did Macy Go?
Ai-Da Robot, who is featured in the Ashmolean exhibition ‘Dante: The Invention of Celebrity’ is profiled by Nico Kos for Artlyst. the exhibition is curated by Professor Gervase Rosser and questions Dante’s influence on contemporary culture.
The Financial Times has mentioned Annka Kultys Gallery as one of an “eclectic mix of early adopters” to have embraced digital art in an article on how London has become a crypto-art capital, written by Alex Estorick.
Little Black Book has reported on Brave New World, the NFT featuring trans-visibility activist and post Kai Isaiah Jamal, which will be auctioned on the Foundation marketplace in association with Phillips in a 24-hour auction, and shown at Annka Kultys Gallery.
ES Magazine makes history as the first UK publication to release an NFT, created by Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, featuring trans-visibility campaigner and poet Kai Isaiah Jamal, auctioned by Foundation in association with Phillips, and on view at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Brave New World, the groundbreaking NFT by Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, including Kai Isaiah Jamal, released in association with Phillips and featured at Annka Kultys Gallery, ahead of a 24-hour auction on the Foundation marketplace, has been previewed by ES Magazine.
FIPP has reported on the unveiling of the unique NFT cover of ES Magazine with trans-visibility activist, model and poet Kai-Isaiah Jamal, ahead of the NFT’s sale in a 24-hour auction on the Foundation marketplace, in association with Phillips and on view at Annka Kultys Gallery.
The Evening Standard has previewed the groundbreaking NFT featuring trans-visibility activist and poet Kai Isaiah Jamal, made by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, which will be auctioned on the Foundation platform in association with Phillips, and will be on view at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Michael Cuby has profiled artist Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, whose Black Trans Archive aims to collect, recover and preserve stories of the historically-marginalised Black trans for use by generations to come.
Gretchen Andrew has been interviewed by Tainted Magazine about leaving Silicon Valley behind for an art career, criticising systems of power in the EU, sharing glue gun with her viewers, and how Google’s revenue model is directly interested in making women a product for consumption.
ArtReview has featured Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley as one of its most innovative voices shaping the art and cultural scene in advance of her presentation in collaboration with the publication and the Standard Hotel, London.
Gretchen Andrew has been mentioned in the Zeit Magazin newsletter, noting her upcoming show at the Francisco Carolinum Museum and how she uses computational linguistics in her work (article in German).
Danni Shen reviews the online exhibition “Wonderland” at EPOCH. The group exhibition, including the work of Ziyang Wu, brings together the work of ten Chinese artists living and working in the United States and observing the imposed stereotypes.
Art in America contributor, the writer and curator Legacy Russell, has profiled the virtual experience works of Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley to show the dangers of “trans tourism” and how “building an archive is a trust exercise”.
Stine Deja has appeared on the Eugster Belgrade podcast to talk about some of her works and the ideas behind them, meditating on different versions of our world in the future, the human, transhuman and non-human.
Robert C. Morgan reviews the group exhibition Alienation ? at Eli Klein Gallery in New York City. Curated by Phil Cai, the exhibition highlights the work of eight contemporary Chinese artists based in New York City including Ziyang Wu.
Wallace Ludel at The Art Newspaper writes an article on Gretchen Andrew’s work ’The Next American President’, a project that the artist qualifies as ‘a power trip’ enabling her to ‘reprogramme the internet to make it what I want it to be’.