Stefanie Reichelt is a Cambridge-based researcher and photographer.
She has been the Head of the Light Microscopy Laboratory at the CRUK Cambridge Institute since 2005. Her research includes the development of new imaging techniques, which will enable the visualisation of molecules in cells for cancer diagnostics.
In her photographic work, Stefanie explores the perception in photography, the visual exploration of the unknown and our feelings evoked by the mysterious.
Stefanie is also founder and curator of ArtCell Gallery, which provides exhibition space on the Addenbrooke's Hospital site for local artists and the science community.
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- Transient Portraits in Are you collecting our hearts?, Artcell Gallery, Cambridge, UK, 14 August - 01 October 2015
- Passing Places in TRANSform > (re )Imagine, Spinach, London, UK, 02 June - 02 September 2015
- Transient Portraits in Sammeln Sie Herzen?, Galerie Kunst-Quartier, Osnabrück, Germany, 08 - 30 May 2015
- Sitting and Seeing – Japanese Portraits in Sammeln Sie Herzen?, Kunstquartier Bethanien, Berlin-Kreuzberg, Germany, 04 - 12 April 2015
- Sitting and Seeing, Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin, Germany, 09 February - 31 March 2015
- Transient Portraits and Library of Curiosity, National Centre of Biological Sciences (NCBS), Bangalore, Karnataka, India, November - December 2014
- The Countess, the Admiral, the Nun and the Film Star, Exhibition and Film - on Women in Computing Museum of Computing History, Cambridge, UK 21 - 25 November 2013
- Traces of Genius, a visual memento mori of the famous LMB building, MRC-LMB, Cambridge, UK, 14 - 30 November 2013
- Ice Queen, London Independent Photography 25th Annual Exhibition, Strand Gallery, London, UK, 22 October - 3 November 2013
- Fragments, Society of Designer Craftsmen Gallery, Rivington Street, London, UK, 03 - 07 December 2013
- Ficken Sheets - the dirty laundry of Cambridge's Royal mistresses, Photography and installation for A:L:L - Art Language Location Art Festival, Cambridge, UK, 17 - 27 October 2013
- Snow Queen – Fragments , BG Buckenham Galleries, Southwold, Suffolk, UK, 05 October - 06 November 2013
- It will all come out in the Wash - the working lives of women in the laundry industry Cambridge Museum of Technology, The Old Pumping Station, Cambridge, UK, 14 - 22 September 2013
- Sitting and Seeing in Slowing Down, London Photomonth. Mile End Art Pavilion, London, UK, 14 - 18 November 2013
- Sitting and Seeing, STRAY 616, Changing Spaces, Cambridge, UK, 08 - 12 November 2012
- Rebecca – through the looking glass in STRAY artists @ ArtCell. ArtCell Gallery, 24 November 2012 - 09 February 2013. Wallander – the last day of summer in the exhibition Chance would be a fine thing of the London Independent Photography – Central Group. Part of the London photomonth. 14 - 18 November 2012.
- Exhibition Renaissance Women in conjunction with an exhibition by new members of Cambridge Open Studios. 15 June - 08 September 2012. ArtCell Gallery, Cambridge.
- Projects Come with me into the woods, Raven man, Red Riding Hoodand Ophelia in: STRAY artists @ Redchurch Gallery. 50 Redchurch St, London E2. 5-10 June 2012.
- Group exhibition STRAY artists at Cambridge Art Salon, 29 Cromwell Road, Romsey, Cambridge, CB1 3EB. 24-26 and 28 February. More information on Stray can be found here.
- Winter Warmer Exhibition with CamIris at Cambridge Artworks, 5 Green's Road, Cambridge, CB4 3EF. Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th November, 10am-5pm. Private view on Saturday 12th November, 12-3pm. Stefanie presents her project 'homage to the little red riding hoods in all of us'.
- All flesh is grass, and all the goodliness thereof is as the flower of the field: Malus domestica (Apple), Capsicum annuum (Pepper), Citrus lemon (Lemon), Allium sativum (Garlic), Momordica charantia (Bitter Melon), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Images in ‘April is the Cruellest Month ...’ with photographers and scientists Cinnamon Heathcote-Drury, Jim Haseloff, Fernan Federici and Andrea Baczynski, ArtCell Gallery, Cambridge, 09 April - 25 June 2011.
- Journeys 2 with CamIris, Cambridge women's photography group, at the Pitt Building, Cambridge, 06 - 12 September 2010.
- Journeys with CamIris, Cambridge women's photography group, at ArtCell Gallery Cambridge, 08 May - 30 June 2010.
- Stefanie's etchings and scientific images have been animated and projected onto Senate House and Old Schools in Cambridge during the finale of the 800th anniversary celebration of the University of Cambridge on Saturday, 16 January to Monday, 18 January 2010. The projections formed part of a light show designed by world-renowned light artist Ross Ashton, see official event information. Two more videos can be found here.
- Molecules and Paint, by Stefanie Reichelt and Steve Russell as part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas, from 23 October 2009 at ArtCell Gallery
- Exposed, a visual exploration of the body at macro and micro level. At ArtCell Gallery, Cambridge, 11 July - 6 September including weekends 2 and 3 of Cambridge Open Studios 2009
- Contributions to Design4Science, a touring exhibition "exploring excellent examples of visual work [...] produced to support science", sponsored by the Wellcome Trust. Visited locations include Cambridge, Sunderland, Manchester and Stockholm. Latest exhibition in the Medical Museion, University of Copenhagen, 21 January - 12 April 2009
- Ancestry: An Exhibition of Photography with CamIris, Cambridge women's photography group, Museum of Zoology in Cambridge, 17 November - 5 December 2008
- Passing Places (photography) and Scientific Etchings at ArtCell Gallery, Cambridge, 19 July - 19 October 2008 (including weekends 3 and 4 of Cambridge Open Studios 2008)
- Feature in fLIP, the magazine for London Independent Photography: Jeannie: The Unconscious Eye. (fLIP, issue 21, Incognito, spring 2012)
- Feature of Come With Me Into The Woods in the Royal Photographic Society's Contemporary Group Journal, 2012. The project is available as a video.
- Stefanie's photo book Three Wheels: a Zen Garden in London has been shortlisted for the People's Choice Award of Blurb's annual Photography Book Now competition 2011. Each year the competition celebrates the most creative, innovative, and finest self-published photography books – and the people behind them.
- Stefanie's research at CRI was shown in the episode Krebs of the science TV series Xenius on Arte TV (broadcast 10th and 11th January 2010, see video).
- Contributed illustrations to the latest edition of Research Horizons, the research magazine of the University of Cambridge which can be downloaded here (January 2009, Issue 8)
- Cancer cell pictures are turned into art, ITV Local Anglia, 7 October 2008. Alternatively, the clip can be viewed here.
- Beauty is in the microscopic detail, Cambridge Network communications at Cambridge University, 23 September 2008
- Turning cancer cells into a work of art by Kate Wighton, The Times, 6 September 2008