Watch videos & listen free to SandraCross: I Adore You, Holding On & more, plus 3 pictures. SandraCross a native of South London, SandraCross is the only girl among seven brothers. She started singing in the Pentecostal Church and led the choir when she was nine. At 14, she recorded with a friend as Love & Unity. The recording was the first prize for winning a talent show with a song Sandra wrote entitled “I Adore You.” Released on Studio 76 Records, it was #1 on Britain’s reggae chart for four straight weeks in 1979; They followed with three top five-hits: “I Just Don’t Care,” “I Can’t Let You Go,” and “Put It On,” before splitting up the team. After the breakup she wanted to solo but met The Mad Professor, a producer, who owned Ariwa Records. He chose Sandra for and all girls’ band called The Wild Bunch whose lone album entered the reggae top 20 chart in 1984; they toured Europe for a year before disbanding. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm.
SandraCross's installations are concerned with the role of boundaries in shaping thought. Her work draws on concepts of being and presence in contemporary philosophy. she has used the form of the screen of Islamic architecture in her work, as a mechanism that both allows and disrupts vision, joint and separating the spaces between which it is placed.