This is a poem that uses language and code in textural ways. The letters are arranged in a light grey color on a white background clustered so densely that only a few words that jut out are readable. Three squares trigger a dark grey image to appear under the words, which creates more contrast for increased legibility, but it is not a true improvement. The few words one can make out are snippets of code, which might be an invitation to see what is in the source code.
How the code is displayed will vary depending on your browser, but what a beautifully organized arrangement of code! Is Warnell painting with code, playing with indentation conventions to produce a code work? Is this the shadow of the executed text or is it the other way around?
Whatever the case may be, this an artwork built from an arrangement of language into layers, lines, code, images, browsers, and an a user willing to interact with it and appreciate its different views.