A feature documentary exploring the renowned artist Bruce Nauman. This is a documentary exploring an established artist known worldwide and his personal life beyond the city premises. Based in the artist's studio and ranch in rural New Mexico, the documentary not only explores his work ethic outside of the hectic cities but the landscape and small town community in which the artist himself immerses himself and finds inspiration. The relationship between both this landscape and the artist is a pivotal and essential aspect of the documentary, considering the artistic heritage of these art colonies in New Mexico persisting.The documentary would also explore his own relationship with Susan Rothenberg, as two artists living with each other, working, and maintaining their personal lives outside the city. The artist colonies that persist throughout the rural art world in New Mexico provide an isolated glimpse into an environment that further enriches the art works created. The couple, essentially ranchers within the town of Galisteo, are both established artists that continue serving the art world and inspiring artists worldwide. Bruce Nauman is an artist perhaps responsible for the advent of conceptual art movement. This is a documentary that serves as an homage to the artist, shrouded with fame, finding peace beyond the city life and continuing his work as the artist that we know: Bruce Nauman.