Polyhedrons, defined as simple solid volumes in three dimensions, can be looked at as one of the very basic forms in which an enclosed space can be achieved. We think of geometry, lines and surfaces, as the most essential element in conceiving a space. As a system that holds everything together and connects everything together. As a structure. While looking at naive spatial geometries as supporting structures that holds the space on its feet, the metaphor of comparing it to body skeletons comes to mind. We see geometry, as the skeleton of space. We created geometry, like body skeletons, so we can see it, experience it and interact with it, as what it really is. Go ahead. Touch it.

Tehran Annual Digital Art Exhibition (TADAEX) was founded in 2011 with the aim of opening new horizons for digital arts in Iran. Its purpose has been to create a serious and independent atmosphere for enthusiasts and researchers of this field. For the past four years, TADAEX has invited international artists to engage and interact with Iranian artists, hoping to create a suitable environment for sharing universal ideas and experiences through digital media. This has paved the way for the development and enrichment of Iranian digital art, its production and presentation.