Paul DeMarinis

Paul DeMarinis has been making noises with wires, batteries and household appliances since the age of four. He has presented his installations, performances and public artworks widely. He teaches art at Stanford University in California.

The old website is gone. In the meantime I suggest you access all information about my work via a lovely book that has just been published. It contains everything my old website did and much more, including fascinating essays by Gascia Ouzounian, Douglas Kahn, Fred Turner, Bernd Schulz, Thomas Levin, Erkki Huhtamo and Siegfried Zielinsky. Titled "Buried in Noise" it is hardbound, has 288 pages, is edited by Carsten Seiffarth and Ingrid Beierer, published by Kehrer Verlag and available at your favorite online retailer.

video documentation of some pieces:

Dust (2009) 9MB

Rome to Tripoli (2006) 5.5MB

Firebirds (2004) 10.5MB

RainDance (1998) 37MB

Grind Snaxe Blind Apes (1997) 16MB

The Edison Effect (1993) 13MB

excavation area This is a growing area on this site where materials old and new will gradually surface

Audio CDs are available from Lovely Music Ltd. in New York.