Between 2011 and 2013 Lina was Artistic Director at Calvert 22 Foundation. Prior to this she spent seven years as Executive Director of Electra, a London-based contemporary art organisation which she co-founded in 2003. In 2006 Lina was named the 2006 Decibel Mid-Career Curatorial Fellow by Arts Council England (an award given to one curator every two years) and received this prestigious award towards professional development and R&D of a major exhibition.
Selected curatorial projects include Sanja Ivekovic - Unknown Heroine (South London Gallery and Calvert 22 Foundation, 2012/13), Archive As Strategy: Conversations about Self-historicisation across the East research project (Calvert 22, 2011- 2014); IRWIN – Time For A New State and NSK Folk Art (Calvert 22, 2012) and NSK Symposium (co-organiser) (April 2012, Tate Modern); The Forgetting of Proper Names, co-curated with Dominik Czechowski, (Calvert 22, 2012); 27 Senses (Chisenhale Gallery, London, 2010; Kunstmuseet KUBE, Alesund, Norway, 2009), Favoured Nations, Momentum, 5th Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art (co-curated with Stina Hogkvist), (Moss Norway, 2009), film/performance Perfect Partner by Kim Gordon, Tony Oursler and Phil Morrison (Barbican Centre, London and across Europe, 2005), group exhibition Her Noise co-curated with Anne Hilde Neset, (South London Gallery, 2005), Sound And The Twentieth Century Avant Garde lecture series (Tate Modern, 2004), soundtrack consultancy on films by Daria Martin, with composers Zeena Parkins and Maja Ratkje, Emotional Orchestra and Sheer Frost Orchestra by Marina Rosenfeld (Tate Modern, 2005) and numerous projects by Christian Marclay.
Prior to completing her PhD at the Critical Writing in Art & Design Department, Royal College of Art (2017), Lina studied at The London Consortium, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and Chelsea College of Art and Design.