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Zima Blue [short story] by Alastair Reynolds
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Zima Blue [short story] (2005)

by Alastair Reynolds

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A special shade of blue has gradually taken over the works produced by the artist Zima, who has moved his consciousness into an indestructible cyborg body, so he can experience lethal environments for his art. After moving up to planet-sized creations in his trademark colour, his final work is announced as involving a small swimming pool. A story about self-discovery. ( )
  AlanPoulter | Jun 5, 2010 |
An artist known for grand artworks incorporating a special shade of blue reveals his reason for using the color at his final event. ( )
  sdobie | Jun 24, 2008 |
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