Mo H. Zareei

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Most Recent Affiliation(s):

  • Victoria University of Wellington, Lecturer

ISEA Bio(s) Available:

  • ISEA2020

    Mo H. Zareei is an Iranian sound artist and researcher based in New Zealand. Using custom-built software and hardware, his 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 presented his work at venues such as SETxCTM (Tehran), ISEA (Vancouver), NZ Festival (Wellington), and NIME (London), to name a few. His installation “Rasping Music” was the winner of 1st prize for Sound Art in the last iteration of the international Sonic Arts Award in 2015 (Italy). Zareei releases his electronic music projects under the moniker mHz. His records have been published on Important Records (US), leerraum (CH), and Kasuga Records (DE). He holds a BS in Physics from Shahid Beheshti University of Tehran, a BFA in Music Technology from California Institute of the Arts, and a PhD from Victoria University of Wellington, where he is a lecturer in Sonic Arts.


    Mo H. Zareei is a sound artist and music technology researcher. Using custom-built software and hardware, his experiments with sound range from electronic compositions to sound sculptures and installations. Zareei’s work is particularly targeted at the point where noise meets grid-based structures. He is based in New Zealand, where he is pursuing his PhD research on noise music and mechatronics at Victoria University of Wellington.


Last Known Location:

  • Wellington, New Zealand



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