Craig Goodworth offers the evidence of a body of work that spans the last five years of his life in diverse geographic environments. Although noted as being in one gallery space, the work [which includes objects, drawings and video installation] can be found hanging, standing, or resting on shelves, the floor and pedestals, or leaning about in two separate galleries, a modified closet and throughout the length of a two hundred foot hallway for the next few days. It's as if there is too much to process at once. Some of it is reminiscent of Hirst but without the “hermetics” and installed proximal to a Dead Sea scrolls exhibit in one of the university libraries. At times, raw and hard to take in, the work also has qualities of openness and sublime contemplation that might be considered rare in the cramped sprawl of our urban locale.