Sand:stone is a piece developed for the 7th Annual New York Digital Salon and subsequent installation in galleries across Europe. The physical installation is a box of sand with some stones in it. On a screen on the far side, there is a statue on a pedestal, reminiscent of Rodin's Thinker. The sound of wind blows by the desolate statue. As the participant moves the stones, a strain of music unfolds. The statue stretches and raises its arms in response to the movement of the stones. As different arrangements of stones are created, the statue takes on different feelings: a young man breathing in a bracing wind, a lonesome traveler bowed down by rain, a farmer bending to embrace the earth, a tortured zealot being burned at the stake. Through this installation we hope to investigate how character may be conveyed through music, light, and camera.