“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.
Continue reading “UGEAVISEN | 10 February 2022”
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.
Continue reading “KUNSTEN | 2 February 2022”
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.
Continue reading “DESIGNERS DIGEST | 31 January 2022”
Berlin Art Link discusses the finale of transmediale 2021–22, and the festival’s final symposium and exhibition that will feature the works of Stine Deja.
Continue reading “BERLIN ART LINK | 18 January 2022”
Berlin Art Link writes about the Transmedial exhibition, the concluding show of the year long program which features the work of Stine Deja.
Continue reading “BERLIN ART LINK | 18 January 2022”
Stine Deja’s solo exhibition ‘Dawn Chorus’ is named one of the “15 Most Viewed Exhibitions in IDOART.DK’S 2021 Calendar”.
Continue reading “IDOART.DK | 27 December 2021”
Annka Kultys has been interviewed by Anika Meier for Misa.Art on how she has come to collect and promote works by digital natives and how Annka Kultys Gallery is like Duchamp’s boîte en valise.
Continue reading “MISA.ART | 18 August 2021”
Annka Kultys Gallery’s platform [the art happens here], and Stine Deja’s work in particular, has been spotlighted on Gallerytalk.net (article in German).
Continue reading “GALLERYTALK | 17 August 2021”
AI Portraiture: Us and Them has been profiled in an article on how artists are grappling with the uncertain futures of technology.
Continue reading “COBO SOCIAL | 28 July 2021”
GalleriesNow has featured the current exhibition at Annka Kultys, AI Portraiture: Us and Them, in their Weekender Newsletter of the best exhibitions to see.
Continue reading “GALLERIESNOW | 20 July 2021”
White Wall review König Galerie’s recent exhibition featuring the works of Annka Kultys Gallery artists Aaron Scheer, Ai-Da Robot, Gretchen Andrew, Rachel de Joode, and Stine Deja.
Continue reading “WHITE WALL | 09 April 2021”
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.
Continue reading “EUGSTER BELGRADE | March 2021”
FAD Magazine speaks to Stine Deja about her upcoming solo show at Tranen in Copenhagen and the ethics of cryonics.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 7 January 2021”
Stine Deja is featured by French magazine L’ADN Tendances as one of five artists who represent Post-Internet aesthetics.
Continue reading “L’ADN TENDANCES | 13 October 2020”
Stine Deja is the protagonist of an in-depth, detailed article published in the third 2020 issue of Springerin.
Continue reading “SPRINGERIN | September 2020”
Stine Deja is interviewed about her past and future projects in the 31st issue of Figure Figure by the artist Marco Galvan.
Continue reading “FIGURE FIGURE | September 2020”
Gallerytalk has interviewed Stine Deja about the impact of technology on our day-today emotions, coinciding with her feature in the group show Real Feelings at HeK, Basel (article in German).
Continue reading “GALLERYTALK | 26 August 2020”
Stine Deja’s work Foreigner (2018) has been featured by CLOT Magazine in an article about the forthcoming show Real Feelings: Technology and Emotion at HeK in Basel.
Continue reading “CLOT MAGAZINE | 15 August 2020”
Metal Magazine has published an interview with Stine Deja focusing on her most recent projects.
Continue reading “METAL MAGAZINE | 23 April 2020”
Art-Lovers Movie Club has featured Stine Deja’s 4K Zen as part of their weekly artist video spotlight on ArtReview.
Continue reading “ART REVIEW | 17 April 2020”
Stine Deja’s Last Resort, the last show with Annka Kultys, has been featured on Galleries Now.
Continue reading “GALLERIES NOW | 28 February 2020”
Last Resort, Stine Deja’s fourth exhibition with Annka Kultys, has been featured in TZVETNIK.
Continue reading “TZVETNIK | February 2020”
Laura Netz, contributor at CLOT Magazine, features Stine Deja’s work Cryptic Ruins in her article, in relation to Deja’s participation in the show Hyper Functional, Ultra Healthy at Somerset House.
Continue reading “CLOT MAGAZINE | 13 February 2020”
Stine Deja’s work is featured in the article Digital. Virtuell. Posthuman? by Magdalena Kröner (article in German).
Continue reading “KUNSTFORUM INTERNATIONAL | Jan-Feb 2020”
Coinciding with Stine Deja’s last installation in the Danish sports center Holbæk Sportsby, the editors Rikke Luna and Matias from I Do Art.dk reveal the challenges Deja encountered when perceiving the project, and the research opportunities of exhibiting in such a peculiar, unexpected setting (article in Danish).
Continue reading “I DO ART | 15 June 2019”
On the occasion of their nomination for the Remmen Foundation Art Prize 2019 for Synthetic Seduction, their show at Annka Kultys Gallery in March 2018, Stine Deja and Marie Munk have been featured by Stine Hansen as “tomorrow’s stars in the arts” (article in Danish).
Continue reading “BERLINGSKE | 17 May 2019”
Stine Deja’s series of videos Hard Core, Soft Body has been featured in Pylon Hub on the occasion of her recent installation at Schimmel Projects Art Centre, Dresden.
Continue reading “PYLON HUB | 13 December 2018”
Synthetic Seduction was reviewed by Indira Béraud in Widewalls.
Continue reading “WIDEWALLS | 27 July 2018”
In anticipation of the opening of Synthetic Seduction at SixtyEight Art Institute in Copenhagen, artists Stine Deja and Marie Munk have compiled an ‘Alphabet’ to explain their inspirations and goals for the exhibition published on the I Do Art blog.
Continue reading “I DO ART | 2 June 2018”
Alice Bucknell has written a profile of Stine Deja for Issue No. 28 of Cura Magazine.
Continue reading “CURA | 1 June 2018”
In a new guide to the city, London-based blog Lazy Oaf has listed Annka Kultys Gallery as its contemporary art choice.
Continue reading “LAZY OAF | 28 April 2018”
Stine Deja and Marie Munk’s interactive exhibition Synthetic Seduction has been featured on Mousse’s website.
Continue reading “MOUSSE | 7 March 2018”
Stine Deja and Marie Munk have been interviewed by Hold Residency, a digital exhibition and editorial platform; they talk about the tragedy of simulated intimacy and exploring the theme of isolation.
Continue reading “HOLD | 21 March 2018”
Tank Magazine’s Jan-Peter Westad has interviewed Stine Deja and and Marie Munk about their collaboration in Synthetic Seduction, and how technology alters social behaviour.
Continue reading “TANK MAGAZINE | 20 March 2018”
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.
Art critic Tabish Khan has listed Synthetic Seduction, the dual-show and immersive environment created by Stine Deja and Marie Munk, as one of the top 7 shows to see in London this week.
Continue reading “FAD | 11 March 2018”
Artland has interviewed Stine Deja and Marie Munk about their collaboration for Synthetic Seduction, an interactive exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “ARTLAND | 9 March 2018”
Kuba Paris has featured the new show Synthetic Seduction at Annka Kultys Gallery. Featuring the duel efforts of Stine Deja and Marie Munk, the exhibition is an immersive environment that seeks to tackle issues of digitally-mediated intimacy.
Continue reading “KUBA PARIS | 1 March 2018”
Galleries Now, arts events listing site, has featured AKG’s current show Synthetic Seduction online.
Continue reading “GALLERIES NOW | 22 February 2018”
AQNB has listed the opening of SYNTHETIC SEDUCTION, a new dual show featuring the work of Stine Deja and Marie Munk, as one of their top event picks for the week.
Continue reading “AQNB | 15 February 2018”
Stine Deja has been interviewed and profiled by Daphne Milner for It’s Nice That, where she talks about her relationship to the commodification of mindfulness.
Continue reading “IT’S NICE THAT | 6 February 2018”
Dreamideamachine ART VIEW has included SYNTHETIC SEDUCTION, the upcoming dual-show of work by Stine Deja and Marie Munk, in its most recent art news round up.
Continue reading “DREAMIDEAMACHINE | 2 February 2018”
Stine Deja: There’s Life Outside is featured as one of Galleries Now top exhibition recommendations in today’s Frieze London Special edition of The Weekender.
Continue reading “GALLERIES NOW | 6 October 2017”
Stine Deja spoke to Tank Magazine about her second solo exhibition There’s Life Outside at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “TANK MAGAZINE | 6 October 2017”
Stine Deja There’s Life Outside, is featured in Wall Street International Art.
Continue reading “WALL STREET INTERNATIONAL | 27 September 2017”
Annka Kultys Gallery’s booth, featuring an installation by Stine Deja and a performance-installation by Marie Munk, at Art Code Fair in Denmark was mentioned in Kunstkritikk’s review of the event (article in Danish).
Continue reading “KUNSTKRITIKK | 4 September 2017”
Stine Deja’s Cyphoria (2015) is given an in-depth analysis in Simone Rossi’s piece, “On Post-Human: tomorrow will become female,” included in the Issue 05 of Cactus Digitale.
Continue reading “CACTUS DIGITALE | September 2017”
Stine Deja’s work is included in “And if I left off dreaming about you?”, a group exhibition at Polignano a Mare’s Like A Little Disaster open from 18 June to 18 August 2017.
Continue reading “AQNB | 17 July 2017”
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.
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.
Stine Deja spoke to Charlotte Barnard at Traction Magazine about the capitalisation of human emotion in light of her recent show Cyphoria at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Continue reading “TRACTION MAGAZINE | 1 May 2017”
Stine Deja’s exhibition Cyphoria at Annka Kultys Gallery is described as “surreal and imaginative” in FAD Magazine’s list of top 7 art exhibitions to see in London this week.
Continue reading “FAD MAGAZINE | 16 April 2017”
Art Rabbit has named Cyphoria among the top picks of contemporary art not to miss in London this month.
Continue reading “ART RABBIT | 5 April 2017”
Cyphoria, Stine Deja’s current exhibition at AKG, is mentioned in Wall Street International.
Continue reading “WALL STREET INTERNATIONAL | 3 April 2017”
Cyphoria, Stine Deja’s current exhibition of “slick video animations” at Annka Kultys, is reported in Time Out.
Continue reading “TIME OUT | 31 March 2017”
Stine Deja’s Cyphoria, the current exhibition at Annka Kultys, is described as “a metaphysical travel agency, offering to transport the viewer to an unrestrained plethora of destinations beyond the limitations of the physical body” by the contemporary art platform Anti-Utopias.
Continue reading “ANTI-UTOPIAS | 24 March 2017”
Stine Deja’s current exhibition, Cyphoria, at Annka Kultys was described by Dino Bonacic for Because Magazine as “travel into a cyber world of satire and absurdity” .
Continue reading “BECAUSE | 24 March 2017”