Christopher DeLaurenti is a sound artist, improviser, and phonographer based in Virginia. His albums include Perforate Silence (Spectropol), N30: Live at the WTO Protest November 30, 1999 (unAmerican Archive), Favorite Intermissions: Music Before and Between Beethoven-Stravinsky-Holst (GD Stereo), of silences intemporally sung: Luigi Nono’s fragmente-stille, an Diotima (reductive), and, with Stefan Tcherepnin, Bleed the Capacitors (DRAFT). Christopher is a co-founder of the Seattle Phonographers Union. Live, his recent solo performances include Museum of Modern Art (New York, 2011), Chapel Performance Space (Seattle, 2011), INSTAL 10 (Glasgow, 2010), Bellingham Electronic Arts Festival (2009) and the Seattle Improvised Music Festival (2008).
Date: January 7, 2012
Source: eContact! 14.3
Your 3 minute Mardi Gras (2001)3:00Christopher DeLaurentiDISContact! III competition