Everything and nothing, 2020

Everything and nothing is a compilation of digitally generated drawings, a process developed during the first months of the pandemic in Brazil, between April and May 2020. For the creation of this series, several images were digitally transformed into lines, strokes, and then reorganized, overlapped and recontextualized. The work done with these automated drawings generated two publications that were compiled into a book, which functions both as an artist's book and as a chaotic coloring book. The name of the series is taken from a short story of the same name written by Jorge Luis Borges, and published in 1947.