By John Provencher

By default, browsers stretch and interpolate pixels of low-resolution images into blurred colors. Cage is a study of this flux between the browser and how it interpolates images and color. Layers of these stretched pixels fit your screen to make a cage of light, blending grids of color onto a canvas. Cage paints the screen with variations of six web colors (blue, orange-red, green, magenta, violet, and yellow) to create new interactions made possible only by this resolution play.

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