Screen Dye is a nonrepresentational time-based form, inspired by tie-dye and water caustics. These shapes were created by GLSL code, using math to describe shape, color and flow. This work was generated by a small graphics program written by Char Stiles. She writes GLSL code, specifically GLSL, on-the-fly and creates these graphics using a method of 3D rendering which uses contained mathematical functions to describe shapes and the materials which make up the shapes.
Print Edition: 1/1
Hahnemühle Photo Rag Fine Art Print
Print: 11x17 inches
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