I split the image of my collage into one hundred squares and export one hundred individual JPEG files. Something interesting happens when I accidentally drag the edge of the window. The algorithm automatically changes the file arrangement whenever the window changes size. At one moment, the thumbnails of these files compose the image of the collage because there are neatly sorted by name, into exactly ten rows and ten columns. However, when the files are sorted either their label or date of creation, in any number of rows or columns, the composition is destabilized and chaotic. The transition between configurations is smooth because the automation instantly calculates the destination and configures the arrangement accordingly. If my objective is to defy the smoothness, then it means that I should create alternative configurations of thumbnails, either by arranging them, covering them up or adding new ones.