Departing from the colors and dimensions from digital representations of Peter Halleys paintings, an ecosystem of pixels reinvents its imagery.
Taking as a starting point Jorge Luis Borges's Library of Babel -a vast library containing all possible 410-page books of a certain format-, we can extend this idea and imagine all the possible stories that we can tell using the words from an initial book. To produce the equivalent exercise with an image, we have to explore all the combinatory compositions we can produce using the pixels from an initial image. All the possible images produced only by changing pixels positions.
On this series, depending on its initial light and color, each pixel is determined to be a living agent or simply a nutrient. With their limited artificial intelligence, the agents will move through the image producing new images, a part of the previously referred domain of possibilities.