news | 26 October 2020 | the silence is broken

Audiosphere. Sound Experimentation 1980-2020

A new exhibition of sound work by 810 artists as curated by Francisco López at the Reina Sofia, Museo Nacional Centro De Arte in Madrid, open now through January 11, 2021 – if you can break through the COVID.

If you cannot be there, download the catalog and read the essays by López, Thomas Bey William Bailey, Margie Borschke, Victor Nubla, Luis Alvarado, Guy Marc Hinant, Salomé Voegelin, Caleb Kelly, Paul Hegarty, Greg Hainge, Christoph Cox, John Oswald.

The exhibition includes work by those who have appeared on GD Stereo releases including López, Chop Shop, Christopher DeLaurenti, Gen Ken Montgomery, Geoff Dugan and If Bwana.

News of the exhibition:
Art Forum

news |  6 December 2015 | DeLaurenti - Interviewed & Reviewed

Christopher DeLaurenti was recently interviewed by Gabriel Spitzer for Seattle’s KPLU radio station about “To the Cooling Tower, Satsop”. You can listen to the interview or read the transcript of This Sound Artist Used His Ears To Explore The Tunnels Beneath Washington’s Abandoned Nuclear Plant.


Josh Ronsen gave a nice review of “To the Cooling Tower, Satsop” by Christopher DeLaurenti in Monk Mink Pink Punk , an on-line publication devoted to innovative, distinctive and creative music and art since 1994.

news | 14 November 2015 | The Sound Projector Speaks

Ed Pinset gave an interesting review of Christopher DeLaurenti’s To the Cooling Tower, Satsop recently in The Sound Projector on-line.