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music art film review – REDEFINE magazine
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Jose Luis Rodriguez Guerra

Currently living in Seattle, Jose Luis Rodriguez Guerra is an amazing artist from Mexico. Getting to his spacious studio feels a little strange as it requires climbing a set of crooked stairs, but it’s well worth it. Inside are Mayan and Mexican-inspired paintings which explore the human form and humanity’s associations with nature around it....Read...
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First Thursday, Downtown Seattle, April 2008

Every first Thursday of the month, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, downtown Seattle has an art walk aptly called… First Thursday. Tonight, we decided to scope out the infamous 619 Building. For the uninitiated, the 619 Building is a building crammed chock full of artist lofts. Mixed media artists, painters, photographers… all types of artists. Out...Read...
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SXSW 2008 Festival Review: Constantines, Anavan, HEALTH, Old Time Relijun, The Helio Sequence

This year was the first year that any Redefine staff members have managed to make it down to SxSW in Austin. We didn’t know what to expect since SxSW’s reputation proceeds it. Although slightly daunting and involving way too much standing around, SxSW is one amazing event. Some people are mistaken in thinking that SxSW...Read...
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SXSW 2008 Festival Review

What do you get when you put two overwhelmed magazine staffers, a few hundred bands, a shit ton of industry people, and a gay horse all together? You get Redefine Magazine’s first SxSW adventure! And though the weekend was a hot sweaty blur at best, we’re reminiscing about the best, worst, and craziest parts of...Read...
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Dean Zulich Photographer Interview

That Zulich only has a couple years of photography experience under his belt seems improbable, but what's even more striking is that it is proof that experience isn't always everything. Zulich's images are proof of his ability to push the bounds of innovation, and the result is a body of work that tells of an...
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Glass Lips – Blood Of A Poet (2007) Film Review

Glass Lips (English translation), or Blood Of A Poet (literal translation), is Lech Majewski’s latest offering for the year 2007. Perhaps it is because I watched Glass Lips back to back with another Majewski film, Roe’s Room, but I found the entire viewing of Glass Lips to be quite painful. I’d been torn in a...Read...
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Chalk (2008) Film Review

Chalk is the latest release by Morgan Spurlock, so one is immediately pre-disposed to having opinions about it due to the fact that Supersize Me was so controversial. Although entertaining, Chalk is flawed in a most significant way: it comes off as a documentary when, in fact, it is not one. Its tagline, “Real teaching...Read...
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3:10 to Yuma (2008) Film Review

“3:10 to Yuma,” a remake of the 1957 film of the same name, is the first of a few western themed movies to hit screens this fall. Its premise is simple: Christian Bale, playing downtrodden war veteran turned rancher Dan Evans, volunteers to help escort the devious outlaw Ben Wade, played by Russell Crowe. The...Read...
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