By way of The One Minutes, Dick Verdult had a message sent to anthropologists, artists and his Latin American followers, inviting them to make short films in the theme of Colón: ¿Culo o Conquista? Colón is the Spanish name for Columbus; the title can be interpreted as Colon: ass or conquest?
Nearly sixty films on original communities, neighbourhoods on the outskirts etc. etc. were submitted to him mostly from Latin America. Twenty-Seven of these are published in this series.
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Willi Amato and Anthony Fletcher
Luis Gárciga and Javier Castro Rivera
Pedro Torres Verdugo
Patricia Werneck Ribas
Jimena Garrido and Lorena Stricker and María Delia Puebla
Wilfred Junior Jansen
Francisco Javier Hernandez (aka) Brujo De La Mancha
Rómulo Franco Ruiz-Bravo
Fabian de Randamie
Dick Verdult’s (Eindhoven 1954) work encompasses film, performance, graphics, drawing, sculptures and ceramics, radio shows, text and music. Verdult has produced independent films, in addition to founding several art groups, including the IBW (Instituut voor Betaalbare Waanzin / Institute for Affordable Lunacy) and Festicumex - a festival for a non-existent music genre.
As a visual artist and musician in the experimental Cumbia Lunaticas and Experimentales music he has acquired a cult status, well known by the name of Dick El Demasiado, especially in South America, Russia and Japan.
Press release: theoneminutes.org/content/5-about/3-press/for-release-colon-culo-o-conquista.pdf
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