Andrew Demirjian is an interdisciplinary artist who creates experimental assemblages of image, sound and text. Typologies, the language of naming and the politics of categorization are often a focus of his projects. Drawing from conceptual art, experimental music and computer science he creates poetry and audiovisual compositions that use constraint systems, chance operations and remixing.  The pieces take the form of interactive installations, generative artworks, audiovisual performances and single channel videos.

Andrew’s work has been exhibited at The Museum of the Moving Image, Eyebeam, Rush Arts, the White Box gallery, the Fridman Gallery, Cyberfest, Fieldgate Gallery, the Center for Book Arts, The Newark Museum and many other galleries, festivals and museums. The MacDowell Colony, Puffin Foundation, Artslink, The MIT Open Documentary Lab, Harvestworks, Diapason, The Experimental Television Center, The Bemis Center, LMCC Swing Space, The Visual Studies Workshop and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts are among some of the organizations that have supported his work. His installation Scenes from Last Week is included in the book A History of Video Art published by Bloomsbury Press.

Andrew teaches theory and production courses in emerging media in the Film and Media Department and IMA MFA program at Hunter College. He has presented his research at ISEA 2016, Mix 2017, ELO, The 15th Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology, the New Media Caucus, the Third Work Symposium and the Vibrating World Conference. His research areas include creative code, natural language processing, sound spatialization and data sonification.