Mana Saei is a New and Digital Media Artist based in Vancouver, BC. She graduated from Emily Carr University with a bachelor of Media Arts. Mana holds a degree in Physics as well. Mana‘s practice includes exploring new approaches to interactive audio-visual installations in physical and virtual spaces. Since 2017 she has been having solo installations such as Fall (VR video with binaural sound about climate change), Forest (sonic painting about wildlife), Solitude (interactive audio-visual installation about the age of Covid), and Father (interactive light installation about loss). Her award winning grad project, The Lockdown, is an interactive audio-visual installation in a 3D virtual space about the lockdown days in Iran and Canada. Mana has also been collaborating in other award winning audio-visual installations such as Wild Empathy, which exhibited at Science World Vancouver., and Vibrational Listening, which exhibited at Emily Carr University, as a Research and Production Assistant. She has been collaborating in various film and animation projects such as Dami and Falian VR animation video (premiered at VIFF Immersed 2019), Unceded Chiefs VR project (premiered at VIWFF 2020), Incognito Mode video, and etc.