The second installment of filming from the MCC's Sewn, Stitched, and Stuffed exhibition, April 12- June 10, 1973. In this 6-part video, interviewer Lois Moran and exhibition curator Sandra Zimmerman ask Marilyn Greenberg Landis, Michelle Clifton, and Lenore Davis to describe their works and artistic processes. While describing her series of vinyl pillow forms, Marilyn Greenberg Landis suggest a series of paradoxes present within her work. Next Michelle Clifton discusses her large installation work, "The Love Affair or The Cow Pasture Bed" in which a stuffed cow, bull, and calf are positioned around a bed to represent herself, husband, and son. By creating eccentric themed furniture, the artist is removing rigidity and seriosness from her home environment. The following three clips feature the exhibition curator, Sandra Zimmerman providing brief descriptions of the fabric pieces by Dana Boussard, Lou Brown Digulio, and Joan Lintault. In the last interview, Lenore Davis reviews her bed pillow set entitled, "The Mountain and the Foothills." Although the pillows appear decorative, with their careful handpainted design, Davis insists on discussing their utilitarian function within her home. The final clips of the video briefly scan over the exhibition space and highlight the remaining undiscussed works.