Michael Murphy’s ‘Come Together’ Installation at Wonderspaces

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Installation artist Michael Murphy is wowing with his work currently showing at the Wonderspaces pop-up event in San Diego. “Come Together,” an installation made of 2,200 descended parts, appears as a closed fist at certain angles. Murphy uses the phrase “Perceptual Art” to describe his works, which often contain meticulously crafted installations that depend on perspective.

Come Together – currently on view @wonderspaces San Diego. #perceptualart #wonderspaces #cometogether

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Wonderspaces runs in San Diego through July 30, with several artists like Adam Belt, John Edmark, Karina, and Smigla-Bobinski. “You can think of Wonderspaces as a pop-up museum of extraordinary experiences,” the event says. “Those experiences range from room-sized interactive art installations to virtual reality films and include art enjoyed at the world’s biggest festivals and fairs.”

Backpack by @louisvuitton Artwork by @wonderspaces x @perceptual_art Overalls by @chancetherapper 😂 #wonderspaces

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Visitors on social media have offered looks at the piece from differing angles. Check out past works from the artist below.

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