In 2008 Adelaida Lamas and Roger Amat began to collaborate forming the Miniature collective with the aim of supporting audiovisual and artistic projects that could break boundaries to reach the masses and transit widely through the different spheres of audiovisual production, from public television to the strictly artistic; an intense collaboration that lasted more than a decade.


His works have been awarded in international festivals on multiple occasions; they have appeared in Miniput, Loop, Werkstatt Kultures (Berlin), La Capella, ZOOM. Festival Europeu de Cinema per a Televisió, CCCB, Nave Espacial (Sevilla), BAC, The Prague Contemporary Art Festival, Moviehouse Sternberg Park Handball Courts, The Chili Moon Town (New York), FADfest, Ingràvid, EART, Antigua casa Haiku, or Cinemes Girona de Barcelona, among others, in public televisions, museums, cultural centers and national and international exhibition spaces. They have participated as jurors, speakers in talks, conferences and thematic tables, have curated exhibitions, and have collaborated as teachers within the creative scene. In 2011 they were resident artists at Hangar in with their project " TVEE/ Televisió Espai Espositiu" winner of the Grand Laus Audiovisual 2012 in the Adg Laus awards, among others.

After their separation in 2019, both continue their careers in parallel. Hamaca's archive preserves the complete collection of TVEE capsules, with more than a hundred interventions by contemporary artists.