Lala Raščić is a media and performance artist who uses the strategy of enactment to deliver narratives that include verbal video performances, performative installation environments, video projections, objects, light, drawing, and painting. Her interests are rooted in the modes of performing text, reflected by her interest in ancient and contemporary storytelling practices, oral histories, and the art of the monolog. Solo exhibitions include How to do Things With Words, SKUC, Ljubljana, 2014; No Country Other Than Liberty, Mali Salon, Rijeka,2013; Whatever the Object, GfZK, Leipzig, 2013; A Load from the Inside – Reviewed, Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna, 2011; Everything is connected, National Art Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, 2007. Group shows include: Memory Lane, Galerije du Jour, Agnes B, Paris, 2014; the 54th October Salon, Belgrade, 2013; D-0 ARK Underground, Konjic, 2011; Second World, Steierischer Herbst, Graz, 2011; City of Women, Ljubljana, 2009/2008; Normailzation, Platform Garanti CAC, Istanbul, 2005; New Video, New Europe, The Renaissance Society, Chicago, 2004; and Balkan Konsulat, , Graz, 2003. Among others, Raščić has attended artist-in-residence programs at the Rijksakademie, Amsterdam; Platform Garanti, Istanbul; KulturKontakt, Vienna; and Cite des Arts, Paris. Raščić is the recipient of the awards Future of Europe, Leipzig, 2013; the T-HT and Museum of Contemporary Art Award, Zagreb, 2007; and the YVVA Zvono, 2006. Raščić was shortlisted for the 2013 Henkel Art Award and the YVVA Radoslav Putar, 2006. Raščić is a member of the Sarajevo organization CRVENA, a member of the collective Good Children Gallery in New Orleans, and a member of the Croatian Association of Visual Artists.