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Lloyd Williams

Lloyd Michael Williams is an American experimental filmmaker. He was born in 1940 in Brooklyn, NY and grew up on Long Island. He was with Jonas Mekas, when The Film-Makers' Cooperative was born. William's works Line of Apogee (1967), Rainbow's Children (1975), Wipes (1963), the Creation (1965) and Opus#5 (1961) were shown at the Museum of Modern Art. The sound tracks for Line of Apogee and Two Images for a Computer Piece were created by Vladimir Ussachevsky (the father of electronic music) at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Lab. Two Images was shown at the Whitney Museum of Arts as a part of the Composers Showcase. The electronic music was by Usssachevsky and the interlude was a live drum solo.

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