Ali Phi (b. 1986, Tehran, Iran) is media artist and interaction designer.
His works explore connections between programming , generative audio-visual design, interactive media & immersive environment installations.
After working in the field of experimental cinema and underground music movement of Tehran, he started using computers as tool for connecting and mixing different media for making new forms of space. His career in media arts started with the project ‘Elemaun in 2008 by real-time and generative audio-visual performances.
He is the founder of ‘nullsight’, a media lab based in Tehran and freelance festival curator of TADAEX.
The works of Ali Phi depict the relation between point, line, plane, light and darkness. The digital process and flexibility in his works are an interrelation and a diverse and growing alteration between today’s media and capacities of presentation. The flow of his works is a relation that has been made possible between video presentations, programing, converting sounds to images and vice versa, and shifting the process of showing with motion into images and the interconnection between all of these elements and their transformation in computer.
He has performed and exhibited his works in international festivals like Ars Electronica, Patchlab & Tadaex, 20 group exhibitions, 2 solo shows and several media art installations in public spaces.