The luminosity in Josef Albers's paintings resulted from halation-- the halo, or gradient effect caused when families of color arrays are placed in proper context. The art is created live by placing two hands in a 3d color space (Hue, Saturation, and Brightness.
Jacob Liberman, author of the book, Take Off Your Glasses and See, makes an observation prompted by changes in luminosity of the solid colored circle against the changing value of the background.
According to Bill Keys, the only part worth a damn about the Colorbox Haiku was the end. So, here is the end. The music is from Breaking Bad.
The full video is here: vimeo.com/32074231
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