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Trichromatic Recursion
by B. Johansson

Thin lines are generated in the three standard additive primary colors. Visual output is perceived as also including secondary colors. The color reproduction has thereby moved one level up in the color-theoretical recursive transition network (The display's pixels being the lowest level).

Modern computer hardware is used to display the animating graphics. Visual output is perceived as looking relatively old, because of aesthetics reminiscent of CRT monitors. The beholder is thereby (hopefully) moved one, or more, levels down their own stack of memories (Their first memory of computer graphics being the lowest level).
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Bjorn is a Swedish-American designer and artist who's been doing experimental digital work since the mid 2000’s.

Influenced by a wide variety of things like graffiti, typography, mathematics and color theory, he uses self taught programming skills to create generative digital works in languages like Processing and openFrameworks.

More work, both personal and professional, can be found at johansson.design
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