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IKB 79 was one of nearly two hundred blue monochrome paintings Yves Klein made during his short life.Klein did not give titles to these works but after his death in 1962, his widow Rotraut Klein-Moquay numbered all the known blue monochromes IKB 1 to IKB 194, a sequence which did not reflect their chronological order.The letters IKB stand for International Klein Blue, a distinctive ultramarine which Klein registered as a trademark colour in 1957. He considered that this colour had a quality close to pure space and he associated it with immaterial values beyond what can be seen or touched.
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Buddha Action Figure of course…
I’m Avery Archer, and I’m a PhD student at Columbia University. My primary research interests are epistemology, action theory, and moral psychology, with secondary interests in philosophy of mind and philosophy of perception. I enjoy karaoke, dancing, Oxford commas, and posing in front of Columbia buildings that bear my name.
I’m Joe. I’m a philosophy lecturer in the UK. I read and write about evidence, science, holism, naturalism and Quine, but I spend a lot of time thinking about bread, bicycles, climbing, crime fiction, experimental electronic music, and the stuff my friends are working on - it’s always more interesting doing philosophy with friends.