An intimate interview with artist Annamarie Williams - an illustrator and sculptor, whose artwork adds to the conversation of physical, sexual, and mental abuse and inequality. Her work looks closely at the chaos that often surrounds the female body and the uterus. Williams constructs garments and her canvases from these delicately stained fabrics. Each garment is in honor of a victim of sexual abuse, and each is decorated with symbols to represent each person. Williams allows the random staining and blots to be the outlines of various faces and hands, reminding us that the human form is perfect and organic, including its past stains.