Author Archives: Victor


Hisashi-Ouchi

Hisashi Ouchi was among the technicians working in a facility operated simply by JCO (formerly Western Nuclear Fuel Conversion Co. ) within Tokai of Ibaraki Prefecture and he was the Victim kept alive. He is usually among the two deaths of Tokaimura nuclear accident that uncovered him to, maybe, the Read more…


before and after

In 1965, a 27-year-old man in Scotland, Angus Barbieri, decided he wanted to lose some bodyweight. At the period, he weighed 456 pounds. Under doctors’ supervision, he commenced fasting and made it for further than the year without foods, setting a brand new planet record. Angus Barbieri was an obese Read more…


Recently, I had the pleasure to break bread with Prof. Jan Peeters and Hermann Wundrum, the two minds behind the excellent On Familiar Things. Over the course of an afternoon, we discussed the current ramifications of painting from the Dutch Gouden Eeuw. The following is a transcription of that conversation. Read more…


Until… wait for it… just like a scene from Miami Vice, Versace was famously murdered in 1997 in the front of his mansion. According to the celebrity Hunter Braithwait, of Miami blog there’s No There, this decline can be seen in director Kevin Arrow’s film Gianni Versace Harry, which will Read more…


Hayal Pozanti received an MFA from Yale in 2011. Currently, she is preparing for solo exhibition at Silverman Gallery in San Francisco. The show, Co-Real, opens February 10th. 1) Can you talk about your background a bit? Are you from Istanbul? I went last year and totally loved it. I Read more…