Girih (Persian: گره, "knot", also written gereh) are decorative Islamic geometric patterns used in architecture and handicraft objects, consisting of angled lines that form an interlaced strapwork pattern. Girih consists of geometric designs, often of stars and polygons, which can be constructed in a variety of ways. 
GIRIHGLITCH is a line of image-processing exploration that emerged from the photo documentation of AWESCOPE. Frames of the animated sculpture were arranged in sequence to create a tiling pattern (seen below). This image was used to test various image processing techniques used to produce visual "glitches".