Matthew Moore | NPR All Things Considered | 2004
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NPR All Things Considered | 2004

NPR: All Things Considered with Steve Goldstein
Interview by Abigail Beshkin

The unrelenting sprawl of tract houses and big box stores has made its way to Wadell, Arizona, outside of Phoenix, pushing out small farms. Matt Moore’s family has farmed there for decades, and before his farm becomes a subdivision, he decided to make art about it, by plowing the floor plans of tract houses into his barley fields. Abigail Beshkin from KJZZ in Phoenix has the story of the farmer with a Masters in Fine Art.

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Listen to the interview Radio 360 interview here.