On October 3-5, 2013, the International Arts Movement hosted a conference in New York City of people interested in the intersection of culture, capital, and faith called INHABIT. In an attached art space, Jay Walker brought together four artists to collaborate. The group consisted of an installation artist, Blaine Seigel, a choreographer, Jil Stifel, a musician, Angela Sheik, and a filmmaker, Morgan Riles. Walker took the role as curator and cinematographer, giving the artists only basic direction and an encouragement to respond to what the other artists were doing in the space. The attendants of the conference were also encouraged to correspond, collaborate, and function inside the project. What resulted was this short film.