Craig Goodworth is a contemporary artist compelled by the notion that "identity and geography are intimately related." In this film, he gives us a tour of his installation in a Phoenix warehouse, where the raw elements of corn, water, wheat, asphalt, and a lone donkey reveal who Arizona is and how its borders shape its identity. The artist practitioner in residence (2011-2012) in the Center for Peace and Justice at George Fox University, Goodworth is compelled by the Christian notion of restoration--that God's people are called to transform, rather than escape, what is.
Liminal Ground is the premiere (Abrahamic) interfaith theology-arts endeavor, and was funded in part by Logos Guildworks-iAbraham Ministries' Schlactus Gimilus Chassidim Fellowship 2011-2012.
You can read more about Craig's process at http://www.logosguildworksministries.org/fellowships/gimilus-chassidim-fellowship/mercy-and-lovingkindness-weblog