The main inspiration for the sculpture was an old textile factory. The logo of Perla is a pinwheel, similar to the one Sleeping Beauty pricks her finger in and falls into a deep sleep. The same can be said of the textile industry in Ústí which is currently asleep.
The statue depicts this story with thorny rose branches in the shape of the iconic children's climbing frame. Overgrown with the current problems and threats we face. It shows that things can be both beautiful and harmful, just like the textile industry is today. At on the one hand it's a necessity and a beautiful thing, but on the other hand, if you we take on more than we can handle, it can hurt us.
The design is made from reused reinforcements from construction sites and strong hemp rope. By braiding the rope into the reinforcements, it refers to old weaving practices loosely referring to the original Perla textile factory. The sculpture is interactive, you can climb it, hang yourself in it or walk under it. The creation of the sculpture becomes part of the culture.