A multitude of small gray, yellow, red, and blue fragments randomly moving along the lines:
join up with others to generate symmetrical configurations (Diagram A):
which give birth to planes (Diagram B) where the relationship between horizontal and vertical appears more stable and durable than in the initial fragments moving along the lines:
New planes are now made of two colors (Diagram C):
The manifold space made of yellow, red and blue fragments expanding on lines toward opposite directions which disrupted our visual field at the beginning of the process by keeping the eye in constant motion, attain now a unitary synthesis (Diagram E):
Recapitulating diagrams A, B, C, D: A multitude of small gray, yellow, red, and blue fragments become monochromatic planes which transform into two-colored planes that then become a single plane constituting a synthesis of the three primary colors.
In Broadway Boogie Woogie space undergoes uninterrupted transformation from a condition of duality and multiplicity to one of unity.