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Guide to the Sean Carillo Papers CEMA 85
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Series I: Biographical 2002-2003

Box 1, Folder 1

Transcription of lecture, at UC Santa Barbara May 5, 2003

Box 1, Folder 2

Interview with Bibi Hansen and Sean Carrillo, Rebel Magazine Spring 2002

 

Series II: Chicano Punk Rock Asthetics 1978-1982

Box 1, Folder 3

The Brat undated

Box 1, Folder 4

Los Illegals undated

Box 1, Folder 5

Punk rockers flyers 1978-1982

Box 1, Folder 6

Disco Fliers 1979-1980

Box 1, Folder 7

War and Rare Earth undated

 

Series III: Film Studies 1908-1986

Box 1, Folder 8

Film 1908-1986

Box 1, Folder 9

Film Announcements 1984-1986

 

Series IV: Chicano Art 1979-1992

Box 1, Folder 9

Exhibition Publicity 1981-1982

Box 1, Folder 10

Exhibition Publicity 1982-1984

Box 1, Folder 11

Newsletter 1980-1992

Box 1, Folder 12

Articles, exhibition guide, correspondence, poetry [1979-1982] undated

Box 2, Folder Oversize

Articles about the Troy Cafe. undated

 

Series V: Video Recordings

Tape VS0985/UM

Exploratorium Fashion show, part 1 Feb. 3, 1982

Description/Comments

Black/white video produced by Sean Carrillo. Sean Carrillo is the Master of Ceremonies. Chicanas modeling paper fashions on stage, including punk rocker Teresa Covarrubias paying homage to Chicana artist Patssi Valdez, appropriating the motif of the Virgen de Guadalupe. Models include Chicana artist Diane Gamboa making a paper fashion statement. Mariachi background music.
Tape VS0986/UM

Exploratorium Fashion show, part 2

Description/Comments

Part 2 features performance art pieces, including a kitten on stage with background techno music. Two students post a paper art piece of three horses each wearing a women’s face mask on wall behind stage. Female student on stage with punk rock background music. Creative, experimental dance performance.
Tape VS0987/UM

The Brat undated

Description/Comments

Early experimental Chicano performance art. First part of tape features a youth spray-painting graffiti on paper posted on the wall to the sound of Rolling Stones music. Then a young woman assembles and disassembles the posted art work and finally pulls it down, collapsing off screen. Performance artist Gronk of ASCO conducting an impromptu dialogue with 2nd young man. They sit on chairs drinking punch and hold a profanity-fest, followed by an “interview” with Chicano artist Tito Delgado. Sexual innuendos and Q and A about his 1980 painting used a backdrop for the interview. Classical music is playing in the background. Subsequent performance art piece with brushing on paper of the words “beware of bad art” followed by someone carrying Tito Delgado’s painting across the stage. Re- posting of blank sheets of paper, followed by another brushing on with black paint “The End.” Gronk and Harry Gamboa “interviewing” Chicano artist Richard Duardo. Sean Carrillo is off-camera as video producer. Paper art on wall of upside down red heart with barbed wired above and below, and an outline of a female with legs spread wide and a red hammer and sickle painted between her legs. Young woman later appears to tear up the paper heart. At 34-minute mark to the end of the 60-minute tape, the Chicano punk rock band “Brat” performs on stage at Aztlan Multiples opening of Exploratorium. Features Teresa Covarrubias on vocals.
U-Matic V0988

Nunez undated