Una Knox’s work often originates in film/video, although print, photography and sculpture are important aspects of her research-based practice. In'Oh, Zero, One', Knox investigates the subjective nature of history, certainty and doubt, exploring and testing psychological transformation as a narrative process. She is inspired by instances where an absence defines a presence and by the social force of imagery to create history. Her work was screened at NEXTEX, St Gallen, Switzerland and was presented by Artprojx, at the Armory Fair, NYC (2011). She was awarded the Red Mansion Art Prize Beijing/London, UK and was selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries in 2009. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Knox lives and works in London.