For a given width, fill the space with rectangles until roughly all the space available is covered. Each rectangle shoud contain a vertical or horizontal striped pattern. The stripes should alternate between a more or less saturated color and a neutral colour. The output should be of a generative piece that blurs its own boudaries.
Sean Scully's Backs and Fronts changed the course of history in the earl 1980s when it decided to break through the rectangular limits of the canvas.