The theme of repetition is one that has been addressed on numerous occasions throughout the history of Iranian art, in architectural ornamentation, literature, and music. Considering my personal interest in abstract notions, I decided to begin this series with music. Working with repetitive visual patterns in a specific gridded space provides a platform for thought and contemplation. The concurrence of this approach with the high sensitivity and intricacy of visual execution and the lengthy creation process gives structure to my mind. The composition of the works is not much different from that of music itself; at times it is a collection of forms that evokes a sound, at others a single line.