This new series of works results from Sande's ongoing research on building materials and, here specifically,
on the wind barrier, a membrane habitually used in construction yards that is hastily cut out to be replaced by
a window pane.
The gesture of the cut-outs is precisely at the origin of a definition of pictorial action's new areas where,
indeed, the pigment applied at the back of the cut-out patches emerges as a shadow; the wind barrier acts in
this way as a sort of veil, causing the solid images to become distorted as if looking through a fogged