Linda Erceg completed her Honours in Fine Art at the Hobart School of Art (Photography) in 1997 and a Masters in Media Arts at RMIT University in 2000. Her practice over this time has shifted from traditional analogue prints to digital installation incorporating video, animation, interactivity and sound. Her thematics during this time have centered on an enquiry into real life and virtual cultures that surround sexualized representations of the body. Linda has presented individual exhibitions in Melbourne at the Centre for Contemporary Photography in 2002 and 2000, West Space 2001 and Mass Gallery 2000. She has participated in a number of group exhibitions including Staring In The Dark, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney 2003; Crossing , New Australian Art , University of Art and Design (UIAH), Helsinki, Finland 2002; Lookalike, Nederlands Foto Institute, Rotterdam, Holland 2001 and Our Perfect Dream, Gallery 5020 Salzburg, Austria 2001. Linda has been a recipient of funding from the Australia Council's New Media Arts Board; Film Victoria's Interactive Screen Arts Fund and Arts Victoria's Arts and Professional Development Program. Linda teaches in the Visual Arts Department at RMIT University and is a studio artist at Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne.