The exhibition "You'll Be My Sand" takes a look at the question of what allows the being. For us, people who moves around the living environment, when the forces of construction and destruction are one. Humanity grows and germinates on others who will follow it wherever it is. The art works presented in the exhibition emerge from the near and basic - and beyond, to the surrounding space. And the space is revealed as a place inside of us, from which emanate ideas that we have already absorbed with or without consideration.