Tribute to Josef Albers: Color Juxtapositions
The inspiration for this work is the work of German painter/educator Josef Albers. He believed that colors can only be understood in relationship to one another and studied intensively their juxtaposition. The project explores some of his ideas and tries to generalize and abstract them further by allowing a rich randomized color palette and introducing iterated automation.
Enter an iteration depth when prompted between 1 and 8. This will determine how far in recursion to go while drawing Albers-like square structures.
Photo is of Josef Albers, courtesy of kunstgebiet.ruhr
Inspiration is Albers' "Homage To The Square" series.