ONOH is an interdisciplinary artist based in Lawrence, Kansas. Her art inquiries are pursued by means of moving image, digital collage, performance, animation, and most recently creative coding. ONOH has been exhibited across Kansas, notably at the Spencer Museum of Art, and her experimental video "material girl hallelujah" has screened internationally. In 2014, ONOH was a contributing member to the Federal Reserve Bank's centennial anniversary sculpture commission. Her two sculpture works are on rotating display through the 10th Federal Reserve District, including Omaha, NE; Oklahoma, OK; and Denver, CO. She holds a B.F.A in Expanded Media from the University of Kansas, and a B.A. in Political Science and International Studies from Baker University. In addition to her studio practice, ONOH is engaged in non-profit art education programming. She is a member of the Lawrence Arts Center's nationally recognized Art Space STEAM education team and currently serves as an Artist Facilitator for Hang12, a curatorial group for teen youth in Lawrence.