The first installment of filming from the MCC's Sewn, Stitched, and Stuffed exhibition, April 12- June 10, 1973. In this 5-part video, interviewer Lois Moran and exhibition curator Sandra Zimmerman ask Judith Copeland, Lesley Jean Goldberg, Maggie McCurdy, Gillian Bradshaw-Smith, and Jane Kelly Morais to describe their works and artistic processes. While Judith Copeland deconstructs her stuffed vinyl shapes to form a stacked sculpture and a piece of furniture, she explains her interest in stimulating a tactile response from the viewer. Next, Lesley Jean Goldberg discusses the distorted characters of her "Cocktail Party" work, and the haunting audio track that plays alongside her large multi-headed sculpture entitled, "The Choir." When the interviewers discuss Maggie McCurdy's "Frieze" the artist provides technical commentary on her etching and stitching process. Then, Gillian Bradshaw-Smith stands beside the leg-like forms of her "Ozymandias" sculpture, while describing her system of inking thousands of individual folds onto its surface. Finally, the interviewers engage Jane Kelly Morais in a long conversation on her baby bootie sculpture entitled, "Where's Papa?" In her interview, the artist first highlights her interest in utilizing secondhand materials, and then describes the process of transfering magazine images of sleeping women and babies onto fabric.