Lina Rica in Boštjan Čadež
Tekstom(l)at is a real-time generated animation programmed to randomly pick parts of the given text and render them into a collaged body of words. The shape of the projection and the source text of Tekstomlat changes with every exhibition depending on the architecture, and the concept of the event.
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Lina Rica, Boštjan Čadež
Lina Rica is a media-art artist working in the field of installation using video, prints, photography and animation. In her work she addresses the social processes of past and present worlds and their influences on the contemporary individual. She graduated Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 2008 with the prize for the best Art Theses in the printmaking department. Her works have been showcased and published nationally and internationally. In 2006 she got The Honorary Mention of the Jury of 4th Croatian Triennial of Printmaking and a prize of ALU in Zagreb for the special achievement during the academic studies. Her prints are part of the MGLC collection and Critical Mass and Femicomix Portfolio. Since 2012 she has curated 23 exhibitions in the artist run space GaleRica in Makarska.
Bostjan Čadež is a media-art artist. He studied industrial design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana. During his studies he recieved an honorary mention for academic achievements for designing Sporty tires, which are today still manufactures and sold by Sava Inc. At the same time, he was an active graffiti and street art maker. He also published three compilations of audio-reactive animations on the website of the then very popular Winamp mp3 player. With an interactive computer game Line Rider, designed under the supervision of professor Zdravko Papič, he was successful in the global market and was awarded the prestigious prize for innovation at the meeting computer game developers in San Francisco. Soon after, he collaborated with the artists Veliborjem Barišič in PPP box project, which presented several dozen artists in in major galleries locally and internationally. In 2013, he won the Golden Bird award in the category of media art. Lately, he is mainly focused on computing, real-time generated and generative graphics and robotics, which he presents as performances and installations.
Boštjan and Lina collaborating since 2010. They had several video performances at several festivals and events in clubs and autonomous cultural centers in the former Yugoslavia. They have an artist-run-space GaleRica in Makarska (Croatia) from 2012. .