Born in Denmark in 1986 and currently based in London, Stine Deja received her MA from Royal College of Art in 2015 and her BA in interaction design from Kolding School of Design in 2009.

Stine Deja's work explores the techno-social matrix, and the streams of influence between the two. In an age of digital dependency and mass migration to 'virtual' spaces Deja explores the overlaps and gaps, the malleable borders of the 'real' and the 'virtual'. Digital technologies are now almost ubiquitous in every part of our lives and as they become more advanced and integrated they are also becoming more invisible. In the high-income country context at least, we are continually occupying hybrid spaces, where people are simultaneously off and online and objects technologically attached and detached. Deja uses digital surrogates and narratives in her videos to emphasise the different ways that we have become distanced from ourselves and other people. A lot of Deja's work focuses on the irony and melancholy in modern social interactions and our society. Her work is somewhere in between the virtual and the real and often plays with the intersection of illusion and reality. Precisely this collision with the physical world she's investigating through media such as 3D rendering.