This is strangely "amusing", rather, "beautiful", or is it "true"? I suppose it's all three: amusing, beautiful, and true which makes Frudakis' work captivating.
T.S. Elliot said of poetry that it's a "raid on the inarticulate"....and the same may be true for good art: It expresses the inexpressible (Karen Armstrong, The Spiral Staircase).
What does this piece express for you?
For me: Freedom for joy.