Paul  Deimos  was born in  Verona, Italy. 
He   moved   to  Rome    and enrolled  at the “Sharoff” Academy  of Dramatic Art.
There, he not  only studied acting  but also learnt  how to be a theatre  producer.

While  he was at  the  Academy  he  worked  in  their  theatrical   productions and  the  same  time collaborated with other theatre  companies, putting on works by Heinrich von Kleist ( “The Prince of   Homburg”), Arthur Miller ( “ A View from the Bridge”), and  Samuel  Beckett ( “Waiting for Godot”).

In 1997  he  moved again – to Milan this time – and  there  he founded  a  theatre  company  called SAD  ( Sperimental- Experimenting  Art  and  Drama), where  directed  works by  Chekhov (“ The Bear”  and  “The question of  Wedding”).

For  a  short  time  he  also  worked  as  an  actor  for the theatre company  “The Youth of Carcano”, putting on Eduardo  De  Filippo’s “ Wonderful  Misery” under the direction of Aldo Masella. He  even  occupied  his this time  writing scripts for  short and medium-length films. It was during  this  period  that  he  began  to  dedicated  time to  painting and design. This proved to be a turning  point in his life, for it marked the beginning of an artistic career that he would never abandon.

Deimos has developed his own philosophy of style: an artistic “journey”  of searching which, after a brief  figurative  period, has  seen  him  slowly  evolving and   becoming  an  increasingly  complex artistic entity;  from his “figurative” period to that of abstract, then three-dimensional conceptual, to a  style  that  could  be  defined as  Art-Design  or  Ard-Design  (Art  applied  to  design  and  to furnishings), also as a functional philosophy.
Paul Deimos continues with  his  painting and design, but at the same time maintains his interest in
script-writimg for the theatre an for short and medium-length films.
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