Here is an excerpt from the submission:
I was inspired to create a tessellation of my own, working off the basic square weave. This piece complicates a basic square weave by adding many more interwoven patterns and blowing up each vertex into a cycle of interwoven squares. This tessellation is different from some other origami tessellations in that it has an extremely nice back as well as front, containing cyclically overlapping squares at each corresponding intersection of weaves on the front. I thought it was amazing how a piece of folded flat paper was able to so aptly imitate a woven pattern. Although I went through many failures, the result was well worth the effort.
A tessellation submitted to the 2019 Joint Mathematics Meeting as a gallery art.
Daisy Chain (Front): Folded on 30x30cm Light Blue Kami Paper
Waterbomb on 8.5x11 white paper
Different view of a saddle
These are pictures from when I taught a Christmas themed origami class.