Neža Knez (1990) explores potentials and possibilities within a fictitious structure that appears in real time and space. She is interested in the process of structuring form, be it moving images, sound, language, or mixed media installation. She is fascinated by the materiality of light, the intensity of pixels, the tactility of sound, the volume of sight...

She is the winner of some prominent awards: Recognition (2012) and Award (2014) for outstanding academic achievements at ALUO, an award for an innovative approach to artistic graphics (2015), Prešern Award - University of Ljubljana (2015). In 2017, she participated in the Youth Biennale in Tirana. For her master's thesis, she received the highest distinction, Summa Cum Laude (2017). In 2018, she received the OHO Group Award traveled to New York for a two-month residency, and received a two-year residency at the Creative Center of Switzerland. She received the I-Portunus European mobile award (2019) and was the recipient of the Work Scholarship of the Ministry of Culture (2022). Her video works are also included in the DIVA archive (SCCA).
Since 2020, she lives and works between Zagreb and Ljubljana, where she partially moved as one of the participants of the WHW Academy. In 2021, she studied at RESTART (Zagreb), where she perfected her knowledge in the medium of film.