everything and nothing

Everything and nothing is about transforming images into lines and patterns. Published in 2020 during the pandemic, we transformed a folder of images with paintings, photographs, maps, sculptures, screenshots and other findings into digital drawings that have been superimposed and reworked in the book layout. The drawings are accompained by the short story written by Jorges Luis Borges that gives the book its name. The work developed with these automated drawings generated two publications that are now compiled in this book, which works both as an artist's book and as a chaotic coloring book.

There was no one inside him, nothing but a trace of chill, a dream dreamt by no one else behind the face that looks like no other face (even in the bad paintings of the period) and the abundant, whimsical, impassioned words. He started out assuming that everyone was just like him; the puzzlement of a friend to whom he had confided a little of his emptiness revealed his error and left him with the lasting impression that the individual should not diverge from the species.
Year: 2020
14x21 cm, 200 pages.
Edited by Romeu Silveira
ISBN: 978-65-991687-2-7

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