BabyBlue's Papasan has connections up at the North Pole and in her stocking this Christmas she unwrapped a mini-camcorder. Since then, she's been reading all the books that came with it in all the languages, as though preparing for exams (Papasan's first question usually is "Did you read the directions?"). Finally, she thought she'd might venture out into the City and try out the camcorder, learning where the on/off button is, where the zoom button is, and how to load the battery. The hardest part was finding a parking place.
She headed off to see the Hopper art exhibit at the East Wing of the National Gallery of Art and all was well - except once again she stood face to face with The Famous Black Blot.
Comments are very welcomed to help us understand - in our quest to Understand Modern Art - why this particular painting is hanging on the wall. We have come to love this painting and its painter. We even likes this artist sometimes - or at least this particular painting. But The Famous Black Blot (though it's become very much a like a tradition to pay one's respects when one visits the National Gallery of Art, in fact, it's become like an old relation one sees at select family gatherings but can't remember why) still remains a mystery and one that ought to be solved.
With that in mind, we present the first short film called The Famous Black Blot.