THE MODERN EPOCH

Posted April 16, 2013 by Edward Williams
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Avant-guard theology. The ground under your feet. The vocalization of the most obscure. Set to music, and photo-documented. Poetry by Ted Williams, music by The Media Assassins.

 

The Best You Can Make of It

Posted March 4, 2013 by Edward Williams
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For a brief period in the 90’s there was a spontaneous poetry/music scene in Rochester, New York, and this was the mood. Music by Annie Wells, and The Media Assassins. ¬†Photos, text and vocal by Ted Williams.

FIRST WINTER

Posted December 23, 2012 by Edward Williams
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“There are many books, but no book describes this truth.” Every time, the arrival of winter is a weird erasure, harkening to primitive landscapes, yet clinging to eternal triumphs. Music by Annie Wells, w/ The Media Assassins.

The Police Get a Real Halloween

Posted October 30, 2012 by Edward Williams
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This fictional news story was written in 1982 for The Vergennes Citizen (An Illustrated Weekly) in Vergennes, Vermont. In 1992 it was turned into a radio broadcast for WITR in Rochester, NY, with music by The Media Assassins, and narration by  the author. Now the work is re-presented as slideshow, featuring the newspaper drawings by Lawrence Lazarus.

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CITY LIMITS

Posted September 29, 2012 by Edward Williams
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What takes thirty-three years? “City Limits” script and paintings from the collaborative book REALITY, NYC, 1978. Music and voice from Stage Poetry Co live performance, Rochester, NY, 1992. Final slideshow put together 2012.

The Construction of the Light

Posted July 17, 2012 by Edward Williams
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Ten Minutes on Churches

Posted May 18, 2012 by Edward Williams
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Small talk proves impossible at a backyard party, when the subject turns to churches. Talkative guest can’t escape certain hard-driving dilemmas. Music by Arpad Sekeres. Script and photos by Ted Williams.


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