Mohammad Rezaei is an interdisciplinary artist, DJ, curator and arts administrator currently residing in Canada.
His artistic practice is informed by his experiences coordinating and collaborating to make exhibitions happen. Rezaei revels in experimental approaches to making, digital and IRL display strategies, bad tattoos, selfies, and neoprene. Rezaei’s interests have led him contribute to the establishment of several exhibition spaces and art festivals, extensive involvement with artist-run centers and galleries across Canada while maintaining an independent arts and curatorial practice. His recent projects have been funded through successful grants from Canada Council for the Arts and Toronto Arts Council. From 2013-2016, he was the Director of Programming at Whippersnapper Gallery in Toronto.
Mohammad is also 1/2 of MTJR. (pronounced Mount Junior): An ongoing collaboration with Joleen Toner. The collective's work lies somewhere between reality and fiction, presenting plastic, utopic -- ideal -- versions of the world that is reconstructed and rearranged with the hopes of escaping the mundane.