Filipino killing still a mystery hospital confirms multiple wounds

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Mystery surrounding apparent suicide, Filipino man called great guy Related Items:bryan cox, filipino, marlon gaspi Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 28 Dec 2015 – The circumstances surrounding the killing of a Filipino worker, and the injury of another is still unclear, even at this hour. People close to the victims told us that they understand that two masked armed men reportedly entered the apartment unit at Bryan Cox’s place in Five Cays where two of his employees were resident and fatally injured one; a father and husband who is believed to be 48 years old. One of the tenants was killed in what was described as a home invasion gone very, very wrong. The TCI Hospitals confirmed this morning that around 9pm on Sunday December 27th, 2015 two men were brought to them; one already deceased, both with multiple wounds. That second man, believed to be 40 and identified as Marlon Gaspi, was treated and discharged. The Filipino community said the focus now is on reporting to the wife of the man killed. There have been suggestions of a different scenario which led to the death of this man and conflicting reports on what weapon was used to fatally wound the 48 year old. More witnesses needed in Five Cays killing of Filipino Home invasion leaves one Filipino dead; another hospitalizedlast_img read more

Goalkeeper Rui Patricio is happy to be with the Wolves

first_imgThe 30-year-old is playing for the first time in the English Premier League and so far he has liked what he has seenGoalkeeper Rui Patricio started playing professionally in 2006 with Sporting Clube Futebol in the Portuguese First Division.But in 2018, after 327 appearances, he decided to try his luck somewhere else and landed in the English Premier League.Now with the Wolverhampton Wanderers, he’s finding new motivations and he’s happy at the club.“I am happy, very happy to be here,” he told Sky Sports.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“It is a new professional experience, it has been a massive learning curve and it is something new, changing my routine, and that is something which involves my family as well.”“I feel really great, physically and psychologically, and I want to continue to take advantage of the experience I am having, living in a new country,” he added.“Everything in life requires a bit of faith, but for me, it is knowing what is going on inside my head, inside my soul, and in both our personal lives and professional lives, we need to know how we are, to be able to have a good life.”“For me, being professional is being at the top level in both my personal life and professional life,” he commented.last_img read more

Art in the ctrl alt delete world

first_imgArun Pandit’s last show at the Visual Arts Gallery in Delhi was described as a milestone in the evolution of a sculptor who uses personal experience to create sculptures that speak in the rhythm of the human metaphor. Looking at Pandit’s works in this show he recalls the words of Harold Rosenberg – ‘A contemporary painting or sculpture is a species of centaur—half art  materials half words’-  as he creates images that are blurred in the light of the internet frustrations and experiences that happen when we are faced with the kinetic words, what he describes as – Error 404. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Arun explains his experience and his journey, ‘For me the internet experience is a kind of disorientation which is the beginning and end and in that way it’s like  a closed question, that operates  in a basic perceptual textbook in the human psyche, which also tells the  reader, “You see the image one way, and if you turn it in space then it becomes different experientially.” But in my work I also have a peculiar kind of  disorientation that comprises the entirely of the invitation  to the viewer because it  engenders in him or her a level of curiosity like never before.’ Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixPandit’s work is about analysis. He doesn’t want the sculptural pieces to be an act of analysis by themselves. He wants the pieces to be the collective conscious  clump that his art  is analyzing. Whether it be the couple reading the newspaper, or the mirrored bull he  wants all the aspects that he is juxtaposing  to be pushing against each other at once and as a unit. Pandit  says: ‘ I’m not interested in taking things apart, I’m interested in what happens when they stay together, when they are together.’The power of this show lies in its ability to draw the viewer into its maw. Pandit also draws our attention to  the image of art as a tool-because sculpture  is part of the larger question of what that tool of thought  is used for.last_img read more

Evolution of ceramic art

first_imgA ceramic jug with a long nose and a crooked mouth, peers fiery eyes at a sobbing little cup by its side, with almost like a raging husband shouting at his poor wife. Much like all forms of art, ceramic art too has undergone transformation as artistes from across regions and cultures have contributed to the art form facilitating its evolution into its present form.Design professional and ceramic artist, Shirley Bhatnagar, captured this evolution in a narrative and in the process shed light on modern ceramic art at a talk on Narrative in Ceramics here recently. Art conventionally has been a medium of telling stories and ceramic art is no exception. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’“Miniature paintings and scrolls have always been believed to have narrated stories. Three dimensional art also does the same,” said Bhatnagar as she displayed on the screen examples from Etruscan pottery, dated between 1000 BC and 700 BC.Etruscan pottery, which has its genesis, in modern Italy and Greece, has artworks with animated sequences of Gods painted on the walls of the vessels.“In one of the famous ceramic works from the period, the walls of the pot depict a scene from the life of Dionysus where the god of wine and drama punishes the pirates who try to kidnap him for ransom by turning them into dolphins as they dive into the sea to flee his wrath,” Bhatnagar said. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe dolphin vase or the Kalpis, which can now be found in the Toledo Museum of Art, was made by an artiste known as the Micali painter. Askos pottery, hailing from sixth to fourth century BC Greece, is characterised by its flat shape, spouts and sprigs, that erupt from the vessel’s body.Bhatnagar displayed a Canosan Askos work depicting Medusa flanked by two Tritonesses, as an example of work from the period.Taking a virtual tour across the globe, the artiste gradually moved from the archaic to modern art in ceramic. Turner price awardee Grayson Perry from UK is one of her ‘personal favourites.’ The work of Chilean artiste Livia Maria seems to capture the process of distortion in the present continuous tense with “cups melting into puddles of porcelain pattern.” Richard Shaw from USA is one of Bhatnagar’s contemporaries and is a master of the medium with his technique of Trompe-l’?il or fooling the eye. From books and baskets to a house of cards, although he makes all of these in ceramic they are bound to trick your eyes and make you believe that they are originals.last_img read more