Work by the artist has also been featured extensively e.g. in the Creators Project, The New Yorker and Dazed &Confused hence has a lot of clientele.
One project extensively featuring Sougen’s artwork is the Centre of Selfies which explores selfies through different mediums i.e selfie sticks apps and many others. Very many of her stickers are on sale. Her work plays around with contrasts and transitions to express artistically and she uses digital, environmental and print media. She says, “Way of saying what I care about, this is me, this is that I want to be.” There is no doubt therefore that she highly regards art as means to express human feelings, ideas and concepts.
Another project by artist an installation titled Chiarocuro that she presented during the 2013 edition of the Mapping festival in Geneva. As per the projects name, the installation explored the relation that exists between light and dark i.e. relation between our inner and outer existential facets. It amazes that in today’s world full of digital production of art, she still can create luminal spaces by accurately constructing personal visual language together with a combination of abstracts drawn by hand, sounds and light projections. She believes in making things all the time and is quoted as saying “The Screen is not the medium. We are.”
Another great artist of modern times is Jan De Coster. He has an educational background in the subjects of physics and engineering. De Coster, began his interactive project productions in the mid 1990s and a landed a job as art director with BBDO. His major project is the ‘Slightly Over Done’ and it has earned him lots of work with advertising agencies. Despite his academic background, De Coaster has become a very successful artist and gone ahead to teach art courses at Brussels’ Erasmus High School.
In his lecture the artist looked particularly at characters and insists that they speak a universal language. According to him, eyes are