Out of 1,536 pieces in 174 venues, Gwendolyn Terry’s Murmuration was cited by MLive Michigan’s Jeffrey Kaczmarczyk as one of ArtPrize 2014’s “Ten Don’t Miss Art Entries to See.”

In his article, Kaczmarczyk said of Murmuration:

“…’Murmuration’ is inspired by organic life, the movement of starling mumurations captured by art. Like “Interections” above, it’s almost a Time-Based work. It’s also something of an inversion. “Intersections” doesn’t really move unless bumped, but “Murmuration’s” feathers and string are affected by air currents and the movement of people. “Intersections” projects outward, but ‘Murmuration’ is lit from outside. “Intersections” is geometric and man-made while ‘Murmuration’ is more free-form and free-flowing. By now, it should be clear I suggest seeing both of these on the same day.”