Donald Judd was referred to as a Minimalist, however he objected to this term. He is best known for his large scale sculptures which are arranged in precise, geometric forms. Fitting in with the concept of abstraction, the sculptures had no metaphorical meaning, no reference to the natural world and were devoid of narrative. The purity of the objects themselves were of prime importance, their raison d’être. Towards the end of his life Judd engaged extensively with colour. I see the image I have chosen as a three dimensional object which could also be seen as a painting. The colours resonate with me, they are vibrant, and they demonstrate the relativity of colour.