Reza Hasni, a motion graphics artist is known for his self-professed collage of "noisy chaotic textured visuals" influenced by sacred geometries usually found in the design and construction of religious monuments. His works are influenced by music, club culture and 90s internet pop culture.
He held his first solo art show, "Mystic Island" at UltraSuperNew in August 2017 featuring works on various mediums - from ink to gouache on paper to silk textiles - and collaborated with Danish born artist, Tina Fung for a Kaleidoscope installation for Singapore Night Festival 2017.
Reza's reference works include international broadcast programmes & promos for Discovery Channel USA, National Geographic and MTV (Asia), Mobilee Records (Germany) & Ostgut Ton label (Germany) as well as extensive experience supplying artwork for publication and visual exhibition for Rosebud (Austria), Eyeyah! (Singapore), Kult (Singapore), MixMag:TheLab (UK), The Singapore Arts show (2005), F1 Grand Prix Singapore (2017), Singapore Night Festival (2017) & Singapore Light to Night Festival () just to name a few.