Inquiries into the agency of spaces in digital media permeate the works created by the artist, who holds a degree in Architecture from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. She straddles various media and is currently initiating research on wood in a diary of 240 20x20cm pieces. She had her first solo show at Mônica Filgueiras Galeria, in 1996. In 1999, in an installation at the Morumbi Chapel, she presented a large paraffin object, consumed by fire during the show. Kogan won a prize at the Transmedia Itaú Cultural, São Paulo 2002, for Reflexão, an installation consisting of an interactive cascade of numbers underpinned by a water mirror, also featured at the Ciber@rt in Bilbao, 2004. In 2005, she embarked upon a prolific partnership with the artist Lea Van Steen, producing works such as Reprodução Proibida (2007) and Ponte 2008). In 2007, Kogan won a prize at the Rumos Cibernética exhibition for her Reler project, and her installation mov_ing was featured at the Transitio Festival in Mexico, the Crtl V+Crtl C exhibition at Sesc Pompéia, and the Cultural Olympiad in Vancouver; Kogan participated in the 2nd arte.mov Festival and won an honorable mention for Me//at. Her installation Reler was featured in the 4ª Bienal de Arte Tecnologia Emoção Art.ficial. Kogan won a prize at the 2010 Prixlux File. She lives and works in São Paulo.