M.C. Escher loved to use the grid of pentagons, which served me as a geometrical skeleton for this piece. It is a 65x65x3cm piece in velvety blue coated paper consisting of 60 pyramids. This pentagonal pattern has a 4-fold symmetry and can be derived from a square grid.
There is a kind of tension between the felt square grid background and the pentagonal figures in front of it, which I especially like.