Gwendolyn Terry’s newest work, Murmuration, is being exhibited at ArtPrize 2014 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, from September 24 through October 12, 2014.

Murmuration 8More than 16 feet high, the work incorporates thousands of feathers suspended on strands of crochet thread encompassing a structure of bamboo. The piece is inspired by the movement of starling murmurations, where a single focus informs a large body.

Gwendolyn Terry was recently awarded a 2014 ArtPrize Seed Grant by the Frey Foundation.

Murmuration can be seen at the Monroe Community Church, 800 Monroe NW, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The hours of exhibition are: Mon-Thurs (12:00 pm-8:00 pm), Fri & Sat (12:00 pm-10:00 pm), and Sunday (12:00 pm-6:00 pm).