This silent film documents two performance events for the Made With Paper exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts. The first event takes place in November 1967 on 53rd Street in New York City for the opening of the Made with Paper exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts. Byars and team rolled out a huge sheet of water-disolvable paper in the shape of a human. The paper was the width of the street and stretched 400 feet long. Participants then layed down and rolled around on the paper. The final act concluded with the city's sanitation department using street cleaning vehicles to spray the disolvable paper with water and sweep it up. Next is a brief segment documenting part of the performance titled "UP?" in which a ten foot helium balloon attached to a one mile long gold paper cord was released in the CBS plaza of New York City at noon on January 1, 1968.