Dotspace (new algorithmic computer art)
This uses transparent PNGs so it can't be viewed properly on an older browser like Internet Explorer 6. Third in the new series of PHP/CSS/HTML alogorithmic art, this piece is recreated for your browser every few seconds according to the 'time per composition.' The new home page at buckart.com uses these dots. The dots come in just a few sizes and colors, but the background color is completely random.
Each browser is served individually, so each viewer gets a unique series of images.
The composition is meant to represent a type of abstract art that you may have seen before — dots deployed in a grid. As pleasant decorative art you might see something like this in a public space or on the page of an interior decoration magazine article. If people in need of such decoration used this piece on a large flatscreen monitor instead of a print or a painting, the boredom associated with looking at the same simple composition every day would be destroyed every few seconds. You can enjoy the discovery of a new composition repeatedly without having to commit to keeping it in your life. On the other hand, if you become attached to a particularly beautiful composition, consider that "Attachment to pleasure and ultimately to life itself as our inborn survival instinct, is the main type of misunderstanding that holds us prisoner in samsara." [Source ref.]