Parisa Ayati

This piece is an interactive installation. It uses a combination of geometry and music, which comes to life with human interaction. It is made of a midi-controller and 12 LEDs that are worked into a sculpture made from mirrors. The notes that people play are transformed into strips of light by the midi-controller. The LEDs are assembled according to geometrical calculations, which, combined with their reflections, create platonic volumes. With this piece, people can stand behind the midi-controller and play their desired tunes and see their music take the form of geometrical lights.


Parisa Ayati was born in 1992, in Mashhad, Iran. She has a BA in industrial design from Tehran University of Art. She is a motion graphic designer and digital artist with a focus on new-media.