All the objects on the edge of the Sand in Time exhibition are part of one work, entitled Under
. The exhibition floor evokes the surface of a body of water, from which parts of furniture and household objects – corners of tables, backs of chairs, and drinking glasses or the interior of a house - emerge as if washed by something akin to a Tsunami. The strong sense of sinking and tragedy in this work is echoed in that which exists - though more vaguely - in Ullman's other works. Another of Ullman's works in sand, Wedding
, is spread on the floor with almost no thickness. Among these works, the grand, sinking performance takes place.