|Known for||Conceptual art|
Ex uses light, space, and materials to create her light installations. She uses light in the widest sense possible — natural light, artificial light, plus materials that respond to light such as glass, neon, and LED — to create interactive environments.
Receiving international acclaim for her "Flower from the Universe", Ex establishes herself firmly as an LED artist  Next, her "The Walk" is received well by critics and the general public wherever it is shown. "The Waiting" was selected winner in the Landscape category for the 2013 People's Choice Awards.
- Flower from the Universe -This work established Ex as an internationally recognized artist. International broadcast station DW, Deutsche Welle English  shows footage of the artwork in a televised interview with the artist broadcast in many countries of the world.
- Musical Chairs - Placed on the roof of a Kentucky Fried Chicken in Apeldoorn, Netherlands, this work embodies the creative spirit of Ex. See footage to the right.
- The Walk - An LED display in the shape of a Globe developed by Philips Color Kinetics in 2012. The work Ex created was inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy and the name of The Walk refers to Dante's travels from Hell to Purgatory and ultimately Heaven. London and The New York Times  wrote about Ex' contribution as "one of the most popular pieces."
- The light projects of Titia Ex by Rob Perree - Word Document, accessed November 2, 2013
-  January 2011 article in Mondo Arc about the "Flower of the Universe" by Titia Ex - accessed November 2, 2013
- New York Times writes that The Walk is "one of the most popular pieces." Article in the New York Times by Ginanne Brownell, published June 6, 2013 accessed November 2, 2013
-  2013 People's Choice Awards - accessed November 2, 2013
-  Television interview on Deutsche Welle (DW) English version, Euromaxx Series "Masters of Light" showcasing the Flower from the Universe - accessed November 2, 2013
- http://www.newscenter.philips.com/us_en/standard/news/press/2013/20130417-lightfair.wpd - accessed November 30, 2013
- Same as reference 3 — New York Times: The Walk is considered "one of the most popular pieces." Article in the New York Times by Ginanne Brownell, published June 6, 2013 accessed November 2, 2013
- Ex Home Page