Sandy’s work is about the invisible. It is a conceptually based practice linked to record keeping and time, and the ways in which these concepts find plurality within our culture; or more pointedly, the importance that we attach to “time” and “the record”, as they relate to legacy, culture, or the canon; our histories and the ahistorical, the prehistorical, fantasies, the things that never happened but could’ve, imagined futures and parallel universes. Sandy has made sculptures, films, paintings, texts, performances, and sound works, with “time” functioning as a consistent aura filling the space between them. These might look like rulers that demonstrate speed as physical space, objects with the ability to keep track of their own age, films of friends working themselves to exhaustion, and candles made out of monuments. His work in time relates directly to our ideas about the invisible; on a quest to highlight those things unseen.