This 2016 video says about itself:
Showcase: Islamic geometric patterns– The possibility of infinite expansion
In this special edition, we’ll take a look at Islamic geometric patterns. Geometric designs have a special place in Islamic art. A combination of repeated squares and circles can be found on a variety of buildings, garden floors, carpets and even textiles. Far from being mere forms of decoration, these repetitive geometric designs are meant to connect the viewer to a higher state of consciousness.
In 2008, I blogged about the relationship between famous Dutch artist Piet Mondriaan and Islam. Specifically, a probably Muslim girl wore a headscarf with a colourful pattern, based on a Mondriaan painting.
Then, I did not know yet that there had also been influence the other way round: influence on Mondriaan by Islamic artists.
From Leiden University in the Netherlands:
Mondriaan and Islamic geometric art
Hans Janssen, Eric Broug
Date: 22 June 2017
Time: 15:00 – 17:00 hrs.
Address: Academy Building, Rapenburg 73, 2311 GJ Leiden
LUCIS will organize two lectures about Mondriaan and geometric art in Islam on June 22. Before the lecture, a free guided tour will start at Pieterskerkplein at 13:30 hours. Both the lecture and the tour will be in Dutch. Registration via: firstname.lastname@example.org. More information at the Dutch page of this event.