Color snapped off the object, it tears itself off its hitherto meaning – whatever that could be – and enters onto the Internet page. It is not connected with any limited field, as it pulls out from frames and insolently spills onto the whole site. It disturbs us while we are reading. What is more – it can make it impossible to see anything apart from it, so its surface covers the whole screen. What is that? What is …
And it is freedom!
Emancipated color appears and disappears – changing place as it tones itself independently to our will. It plays with the reader of the site.
Who let it do that? Lukasz Skapski did. Why?! Because emancipation is beautiful. Anyway he has always envied artists who allowed colors to run freely on surfaces of canvas, colorful glass, or plexiglass plates.