There is no green in this image. Look closely. When two colors are very close to each other, a third appears in our perception, a color that is not in the support.
Here, instead of using solid colors, the precision of digital gradients makes new displacement effects appear. This is a study of chromatic phenomena.
This theme is recurrent in cinetic art, and this work is intended to be a continuation of the investigations begun by artists as Albers or Cruz Diez.
I prefer not to think of "optical illusions" but of a flimsy, manipulable perception.