Mo H. Zareei aka mHz is an electronic musician, sound artist, and researcher. Using custom-built software and hardware, his artistic practice covers a wide range from electronic compositions to kinetic sound-sculptures and audiovisual installations. Regardless of the medium, Zareei’s work aims to highlight the beauty in the basics of sound and light production, and reductionist audiovisual elements that draw inspiration from physical and architectural principles.

He has exhibited his work at international events and festivals such as Ωhm festival (Brisbane), the International Symposium on Electronic Art (Montreal, Vancouver, & Dubai), New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (Auckland, London), Modern Body Festival (The Hague), SETxCTM Festival (Tehran), and New Zealand Festival (Wellington), to name a few.

Zareei is a featured artist on Streaming Museum and his work has been published through Creative Applications, Design Boom, VICE, and Fast Company. His work Rasping Music was the recipient of the 1st Prize for Sound Art at the Sonic Arts Award 2015, and his installation Material Music was selected for the Longlist at the Aesthetica Art Prize in 2021. Publishing his electronic music projects under the moniker mHz, Zareei’s albums have been released via LINE (US), Important Records (US), leerraum (CH), and Kasuga Records (DE). He holds a BSc in Physics from Shahid Beheshti University of Tehran, a BFA in Music Technology from California Institute of the Arts, and a PhD in Sonic Arts from Victoria University of Wellington, where he is a Senior Lecturer in Sonic Arts.