Mo H. Zareei is a sound artist and a music technology researcher. Using custom-built software and hardware, Zareei’s experiments with sound cover a wide range from electroacoustic and electronic compositions to sound-sculptures and audiovisual installations. Striving to turn the harsh, unwanted, and unnoticeable into the pleasing and accessible, his work is particularly targets the point where noise meets grid-based structures. His sound-sculptures have been featured on Streaming Museum, Creative Applications, Fast Company Design, and exhibited in several international events such as the International Symposium on Electronic Art, New Interfaces for Musical Expression conference, International Computer Music Conference, and Wellington Lux.
Zareei is the winner of 1st Prize for Sound Art in the Sonic Arts Award 2015. He is currently based in New Zealand, where he is pursuing his PhD research on noise music and mechatronics at Victoria University of Wellington.