The drawing of the Tower of Babel within in the space with painted shadows becomes part of a larger 'mise en abyme' installation. The rug on the floor is similar to the rug in one of the rooms in the drawing, in which yet another Tower of Babel is situated. The viewer is not only looking out on a Tower of Babel-Panopticon, he himself is in a similar space as depicted on the large drawing.

A terrifying realisation of being trapped in an landscape of infinitely repeated Towers, in which one is both observing and being observed.