The coat of arms of the small village of Gapinge depicts a ‘yawning knight’. The village is a place you travel through on the way from one larger city to the next. The community wanted a sculpture ‘for themselves’, not for the thousands passing through in the holiday season. The coat of arms was abstracted into an oval shape with a yawning ‘hole’. The skin of the sculpture consists of 486 dancing figurines holding hands, one for each of the inhabitants of the village at the time of designing the sculpture. In this way the artwork is not only made ‘for’ the inhabitants of Gapine, it is also in a way made ‘of’ them.