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If you have visited CityPlace in West Palm Beach recently, you may have noticed a series of murals popping up on the walls of garages and buildings. But there’s one mural that would catch your eyes as a wonderful rendition of the social media world that has us all trapped.

Local artists Cayla Birk has completed a large mural named “Technical Difficulties” and you can find it on the west side of the former Macy’s building, now The Culture Lab, a cultural arts center and experiential creative space which is part of CityPlace’s urban revival and new cultural agenda.

Birk’s mural transcends the confines of mixed media art that we are used to seeing, yet it is a vivacious approach to the modern world of social media we can’t escape from.

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Each of the panels of Cayla Birk’s large mural in CityPlace named “Technical Difficulties:”

Cayla Birk's Large Mural in CityPlace Named “Technical Difficulties”
(Photo: Danny Rodriguez, The Florida Daily Post)

Cayla Birk's Large Mural in CityPlace Named “Technical Difficulties”
(Photo: Danny Rodriguez, The Florida Daily Post)

Cayla Birk's Large Mural in CityPlace Named “Technical Difficulties”
(Photo: Danny Rodriguez, The Florida Daily Post)

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Cayla Birk's Large Mural in CityPlace Named “Technical Difficulties”
(Photo: Danny Rodriguez, The Florida Daily Post)

Cayla Birk’s Large Mural in CityPlace Named “Technical Difficulties”

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