Mohammad Reza Yazdi, born in 1986 in Tehran, graduated in sculpture art and obtained his MA degree in Art Research from the University of Tehran. He was the vice-chairman of the Association of Iranian Sculptors in 2017 and 2018. He worked with the University of Tehran as a lecturer of sculpture art from 2016 to 2018. In the “Deep Inhalation” collection, as the artist himself has mentioned, three different elements of Iranian architecture, namely light, geometry, and reflection, in combination with motion, have created a novel compound. Many artists have started applying geometrical forms in their artworks over the last few years. However, Mohammad Reza has taken it one step further by adding the element of motion and joining the social and personal concepts with a metaphorical approach. In his collection, he chiefly used hard and harsh materials like iron to create geometrical structures which breathe with the same rhythm and inhalation sound as the artist. It is as if they are living creatures! This has been realized by the electronic and mechanical processes inside the artwork. These forms remind you of one aspect of life with every inhalation and exhalation.