There are two components to Pixels for Sale, one is an online platform intended for the exhibition of artworks. The other is the physical structure of a painted QR code as a point of access to the digital domain. The Cyborg Art Collective invites artists to contribute to a digital exhibition made in the modified version of the game Doom. Subsequently this space is exhibited online and in physical locations by means of a hand painted Qr-code. A duality in the shape of the works and the space is created by translating the physical art into the digital domain. The art pertains the information of the original while also being a new work of art existing online. By forming a model in which to calculate monetary value over pixel statistics the result is a certain price per pixel. This calculation is based on an average measure over values determined by the first artists that participated in the first version of this virtual exhibition. The artist in question gave the amount that they felt exhibiting an artwork in the virtual space was worth. The resulting price of a pixel is calculated by determining the average amount paid in connection to the amount of pixels the artworks consist of. Resulting in 0.0003258 euro per pixel, which is approximately 3,26 euros per 100 square pixels. The sum needed to participate can shift over time through the actions of new participants. Subtle shifts can occur because numbers are rounded up to make a value that has only two digits after the decimal point, which means some people pay slightly more per pixel. By doing the same averaging of money in comparison with pixels causes a higher value per pixel. Artist wanting to submit their work ultimately have to conform to the translation imposed on their works of art according to the parameters of this digital museum. The rules of the computer game used are needed to dictate how an artwork should be rendered to fit in the digital space. In a sense this forms a microcosm that is underpinned by a model that govern the rules of the space. Moving every artwork into a framework of pixel values and corresponding monetary sums. Exhibiting works of art from: Stefan Bandalac, Janneke Donker, Lars Giesen, Iris van Gils, Iris Janssen, Björn Magnhilden, Koen Moonen, Rosalie van Oorschot, Pablo Pulgar, Jorick de Quaasten, Jelle Slof, Lucas Sloot, Sophie Vermeulen, Kyrr Vliegen and Kees WesterVelt.